Caesar grunt

The Caesar grunt is a Caribbean fish in the family Haemulidae.

The Caesar grunt lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 3 - 25 m environment.

The Caesar's Grunt or Caesar Grunt (Haemulon carbonarium) is a Caribbean fish in the family Haemulidae. It occurs in clear rocky or coral reefs and mangroves, often forming schools, and is pale grey above, with a darker grey belly. More

The Caesar grunt (Haemulon carbonarium) is a Caribbean fish in the family Haemulidae. * info at FishBase Stub icon This Perciformes article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. More

Caesar Grunt (Haemulon carbonarium) Photos = Description: Light, silvery blue body with thin yellow stripes. Dark tail. Swim in small schools near coral reefs. Warnings: None. Quite shy. More

Caesar grunts Hemaeludon carbonarium - Location: Puerto Morelos Reef National Park - near Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo, Mexico Year: 2005 Merckslides catalogue number: 16(04)-21409 Comments: More More

Common names

Black grunt in English
Black-tail grunt in English
blacktail in English
Blacktail grunt in English
Bocacolorá in Spanish (español)
Bocayate in Spanish (español)
Caesar grunt in English
Cocoroca in Portuguese (Português)
Corocoro de piedra in Spanish (español)
Crocro in French (français)
Gorète in English
Gorette charbonnier in French (français)
Grunt in English
Gueule rouge in French (français)
Redmouth grunt in English
Ronco carbonero in Spanish (español)
Sort gryntefisk in Danish (dansk)
Xira in Portuguese (Português)
凯撤仿石鲈 in Mandarin Chinese
凯撤仿石鲈 in Unknown
凱撤仿石鱸 in Mandarin Chinese
凱撤仿石鱸 in Unknown

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Haemulidae
Genus : Haemulon
Species : Haemulon carbonarium
Authority : Poey, 1860