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Updated 12/18/2015

Family Serranidae

HAWAII

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Female, Honaunau, Hawaii, 140 feet

 

Female, Kaumalapau, Lana'i, 130 feet

Females, Honaunau, Hawaii, 140 feet

 

Female, Kaumalapau, Lana'i, 130 feet

Male, Honaunau, Hawaii, 140 feet

 

Male, Kaumalapau, Lana'i, 130 feet

Male, Kaumalapau, Lana'i, 130 feet

 

Male, Honaunau, Hawaii, 130 feet

Male, Honaunau, Hawaii, 130 feet

 

 

Female, Honaunau, Hawaii, 70 feet

 



Male


Female

Female, South Kona, Hawaii, 55 feet

 
   

HAWAIIAN LONGFIN ANTHIAS

Harems are uncommon along ledges exposed to current deeper than 80 feet where it feeds upon zooplankton.  Females yellow with a pink center, males multicolored.  Attains 4 inches.  Endemic to Hawai'i.  Closely related to Pseudanthias ventralis of the Western Pacific.