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Emperors and Seabream; Lethrinidae

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Emperors and Seabream are medium to large fishes, similar to and close relations of the Snappers and the Sweetlips. None of them are especially common at our dive sites, but still can be found. Blue-lined Emperor; Lethrinus species This may actually be a variant of the Pink-ear Emperor - we are not sure... 4 Photos Long-nosed Emperor; Lethrinus olivaceus Fishbase says it all - quote Probably the largest, longest-snouted Lethrinid unquote. 4 Photos Pink-ear Emperor; Lethrinus lentjan On this fish the rear margin of the opercle and sometimes the base of the pectoral fin is red,...

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