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Orangeside triggerfish (Sufflamen verres)
Subject: Orangeside triggerfish (Sufflamen verres)
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Resolution: 640x480 File Size: 149442 Bytes Date: 2008:01:13 11:38:10 Camera: DSC-W55 (SONY) F number: f/5.2 Exposure: 10/1250 sec Focal Length: 189/10 Upload Date: 2017:01:11 17:45:34

Orangeside triggerfish (Sufflamen verres)

Orangeside Triggerfish, Sufflamen verres: The Orangeside Triggerfish is characterized by its shape and brownish-gray body with the males having a large distinct orange blotch that extends along their lower sides. The females are the same size and shape but without orange coloration. They have fine, small scales and a deep rounded body.The Orangeside Triggerfish inhabits rocky reefs and slopes with boulders adjacent to sand. It feeds on small crustaceans, sea urchins, and worms. They can reach 13 inches and up to 2 or 3 pounds.
Date 13 January 2008
Source Own work
Author Diego Ramirez

The orangeside triggerfish (Sufflamen verres) is a species of triggerfish found along the Pacific coast of Central and South America from Mexico to Ecuador. It is also found around the Galapagos Islands. Order: Tetraodontiformes, Family: Balistidae.

Orangeside triggerfish
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