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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Raul Rodriguez

Does anyone know what kind of fish this is?
Does anyone know what kind of fish this is? by Raul Rodriguez
VOTES: 5
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Posted: Monday, April 10, 2006- (4/10/2006 8:24:00 PM)
Category: Macro - swimming
location: Philippine Sea Australia
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message this message is importantrock mover wrasse
 
Dr._pat
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message That looks like a Peacock Razorfish. Nice shot. They are fairly difficult to photograph…very bashful.
 
Glenn Poulain
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message OOPS, I stand corrected...all votes for the Rock Mover Wrasse.
 
Glenn Poulain
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message More specifically, a juvenile rockmover (also known as Reindeer) Wrasse.
 
Kim Jenkins
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message This is a really nice shot because these dudes are exceedingly shy and very quick.
 
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