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2006-01-01-01-08-51

Photographer: Paul Osmond  (see this users gallery)

A Sand Diver (Synodus intermedius) perched on a coral reef head on a coral reef on the Delray Ledges dive site off the coast of Delray Beach and Boynton Beach in Florida, USA.
These lizardfish are the most common of the lizrd fish species found in Florida, and vary in size from a couple of inches up to specimans of up to 18-22 inches in lenghth. They are typical ambush predators, either blending into their background or burying themselves in sand to set a trap for a passing fish.

· Date: Fri April 21, 2006 · Reference ID: 669/22006-01-01-01-08-51 · Views: 4281 ·
Keywords: lizard fish synodontidae attack attacks predator carnivore caribbean camouflage

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