REEF FISH INDEX


Gray Angelfish ©Melinda Riger @G B Scuba

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BAHAMAS REEF FISH etc INDEX

This index relates to posts which are reef-specific to one species, or to related species. The ‘etc’ means that I also include relevant non-piscine life!

BANDED CORAL SHRIMP

BATFISH

BLACK GROUPER

BLUE REEF FISH

BLUE TANG 

BUTTERFLYFISHES

CHERUBFISH

CLEANING STATIONS FOR REEF FISH

DAMSELFISH

FRENCH ANGELFISH

FROGFISH

GRAY ANGELFISH (1)

GRAY ANGELFISH (2)

GREEN MORAY EELS

HAMLETS (4 SORTS)

LIONFISH (1)

LIONFISH (2)

LONGSNOUT BUTTERFLYFISH

MASTERS OF CAMOUFLAGE

NASSAU GROUPER

OCTOPUSES (1)

OCTOPUSES (2)

OCTOPUSES (3)

PARROTFISH

PEACOCK FLOUNDER

PUFFER FISH (SHARPNOSE & CHECKERED)

QUEEN ANGELFISH

QUEEN ANGELFISH (2)

RED HIND GROUPER

RED REEF FISH (& other creatures)

ROCK BEAUTY

SCORPIONFISH

SHARKS

SPOTTED DRUMFISH

SPOTTED DRUMFISH JUVENILES

SPOTTED MORAY EELS

SQUID, CARIBBEAN REEF

STICKING THEIR NECKS OUT…

SOUTHERN STINGRAY (1)

SOUTHERN STINGRAY (2)

SUBMARINE SUPERMODELS

TIGER GROUPER

TRUNKFISH, SPOTTED & SMOOTH

YELLOW STINGRAY

The Sargeant Major was the first reef fish species I encountered on my first ever reef snorkelling trip (aged oh never mind that). I was instantly charmed by them and their inquisitive ways, sometimes swimming right up to my mask for a closer look at me. Here’s an antiquarian picture of them, when they were also known less attractively as cow pilots; and one from Melinda Riger of Grand Bahama Scuba.Sergeant MajorSargeant Major

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