French grunt

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The French grunt lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 0 - 60 m environment.

And French Grunts are among the most common species you'll ever encounter. Although grunts seem hard to differentiate, the French Grunt is easy. More

French Grunt Fish Species Information Scientific Fish Name: Haemulon flavolineatum Other Fish Species Names: Regions Fished: Western Atlantic: Bermuda, South Carolina (USA), and northern Gulf of Mexico to Brazil; throughout the West More

The French grunt occurs in the Western Atlantic from Bermuda, South Carolina (USA), northern Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, and Brazil. It occurs in large schools on rocky and coral reefs to depths of 60 m (197 ft). Juveniles are abundant in nearshore seagrass beds. More

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The French grunt drifts in large groups in sheltered reef areas during the day. It forages nearby for other fish at night. The fish produces a grunt-like sound by grinding teeth located in the throat. The sound is amplified by the adjacent swim bladder. More

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Blue-striped grunt fish (Haemulon sciurus) and French grunt fish (Haemulon flavolineatum) school together near Bonaire Island in the Caribbean Sea. The sounds grunts make when grinding their teeth, using their swim bladders to amplify the sound, earned them their common name. More

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Common names

Banana grunt in English
Biquara in Portuguese (Português)
Bocayate de piedra in Spanish (español)
Boquinegro in Spanish (español)
Cambuba in Portuguese (Português)
Capiúma in Portuguese (Português)
Casaca in Portuguese (Português)
Condenado in Spanish (español)
Corcoroca in Portuguese (Português)
Corocoro amarillo in Spanish (español)
Coroncoro in Spanish (español)
Corrocona in Wayuu
Crocro gueule-rouge in French (français)
Fransk gryntefisk in Danish (dansk)
French grunt in English
Gelber Grunzerfisch in German (Deutsch)
Goibi in Portuguese (Português)
Gold laced grunt in English
Gorette in French (français)
Gorette jaune in French (français)
Grunt in English
Hemulon ronko in Polish (polski)
Korkó in Papiamento
Open-mouthed grunt in English
Redmouth grunt in English
Robèki in Papiamento
Ronco in Spanish (español)
Ronco amarillo in Spanish (español)
Ronco condenado in Spanish (español)
Roodbekje in Dutch (Nederlands)
Rooibekkie in Papiamento
Yellow grunt in English
黃仿石鱸 in Mandarin Chinese
黄仿石鲈 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Haemulidae
Genus : Haemulon
Species : Haemulon flavolineatum
Authority : Desmarest, 1823