Red fish w ith yellow strips
A Visual Guide on How to Identify Various Types of Snapper Fish
(Spottail, redfish, channel bass, puppy drum,) or fish commonly caught in cast Rounded Anal Fin. Horizontal Yellow stripes. Angulate Anal Fin. Red Iris.
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26 Aug Striped Large-eye Bream, Gnathodentex aureolineatus. Easily recognized from a yellow blotch on the back. Inhabits subtidal reef flats, lagoons.
20 Feb The red snapper spawns more than 20 times in regular intervals of 5 to 6 days Yellowish vertical stripes on the body; Yellow-colored fins.
Description:Some references list the lane snapper, Lutjanus synagris, as a fish easy to mistake for a red snapper, although one would have to be nearly blind to do so. While they are pink or orangey-pink in background body coloration, they are striped lengthwise by bold, bright-yellow stripes; their anal and pelvic fins are bright yellow; and their dorsal fins are prominently edged in yellow. Either blackfin or silk snappers would be much more likely to be misidentified as red snappers than would lane snappers. Virtually all fish identification guides also show the lane snappers as having a dark spot, verging on black and larger than its eye, located on each side of the fish below the soft non-spiny part of the dorsal fin. In reality the spot is often so indistinct as to appear to be a darker pink blotch, or it might be missing altogether, especially on larger fish.