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Pristicon trimaculatus, Three-spot cardinalfish
Subject: Pristicon trimaculatus, Three-spot cardinalfish
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Pristicon trimaculatus, Three-spot cardinalfish

English: Apogon trimaculatus (Island of Vulcano). 1835. (The natural history of fishes of the perch family. Illustrated by thirty-six plates coloured; with memoir and portrait of Sir Joseph Banks, bart., Series : The naturalist's library. Ichthyology. vol. I.)
Date 1835
Source New York Public Library
Author Jardine, William, Sir, 1800-1874 (author) ; Lizars, W. H. (William Home), 1788-1859 (engraver)

Pristicon trimaculatus is a nocturnal fish that lives in the Western Pacific Ocean; living around inshore coral reefs in waters around the Ryukyu Islands and the waters around Western Australia and the southern Great Barrier Reef, east to Samoa and the Marshall Islands. This type of fish is uncommon. Juveniles have intense dark markings on a light background while adult's markings are dusky. Order: Perciformes, Family: Apogonidae, Subfamily: Apogoninae.

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