Two-spot red snapper

The Two-spot red snapper is a species that belongs to the genus of Lutjanus.

Picture of the Two-spot red snapper has been licensed under a GFDL
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Author: Albert kok
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The Two-spot red snapper lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 4 - 180 m , usually 10 - 70 m environment.

Two-spot red snapper (Lutjanus bohar) swimming in large shoals. Photographed underwater in the Red Sea by Mark Harding. More

Twinspot Red Snapper also known as two-spot red snapper is an inhabitant of The Indian and Pacific Oceans from Africa to Australia, North to Tiawan and Japan. More

Common names

Admon in Other
Agba-on in Visayan
Akana in Tagbanwa Calamian
aku in Other
Alsis in Tagalog
Aluman in Davawenyo
Awnan in Visayan
Baan in Marshall
Baan in Marshallese (Kajin M̧ajeļ)
Bad-lisan in Visayan
Bambangon in Tagalog
Bambangun in Ilokano
Ban in Marshall
Ban in Marshallese (Kajin M̧ajeļ)
Bangayau in Visayan
Bara-fuedai in Japanese (日本語)
Bati in Fijian (vosa Vakaviti)
Bobotsy in Malagasy (Malagasy fiteny)
Bohar in Arabic (‫العربية)
Bohar snapper in English
Buha in Chamorro (Chamoru)
Buraad in Somali (Soomaaliga)
Cá H?ng 2 ch?m in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Cá Hồng 2 chấm in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Ca hong hai cham in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Chinarey in Other
Dalangdang in Other
Damu in Fijian (vosa Vakaviti)
Dapak in Other
Djoumbouho in Komoro
Dobbeltplettet snapper in Danish (dansk)
Doppelfleckschnapper in German (Deutsch)
Enipola in Misima-Paneati
Fagamea in Niuean
Fiamasiaka in Malagasy (Malagasy fiteny)
Fiamena in Malagasy (Malagasy fiteny)
Gingau in Bikol
Gingaw in Other
Guntul in Chavacano
Ha'amea in Tahitian (Reo Mā`ohi)
Haamea in Tahitian (Reo Mā`ohi)
Hamra in Arabic (‫العربية)
Hamrah in Arabic (‫العربية)
Hong jia in Mandarin Chinese
Ikan merah in Malay (bahasa Melayu)
Ikan merah besar in Malay (bahasa Melayu)
Jab in Marshall
Jab in Marshallese (Kajin M̧ajeļ)
Jato in Marshall
Jato in Marshallese (Kajin M̧ajeļ)
Joho in Malagasy (Malagasy fiteny)
Kanulo in Visayan
Katambak in Cebuano
Katambak in Davawenyo
Katambak in Tagalog
Katambak in Visayan
Kedesau in Palauan
Kelp bream in English
kelp sea perch in English
Koomîê in Numee
KoomîÍ in Numee
Koukoru in Gela
Kungu in Swahili (Kiswahili)
Labongan in Surigaonon
Labongan in Visayan
Langisi in Tagalog
Langisi in Visayan
Langisi in Waray-waray
Laokomena in Malagasy (Malagasy fiteny)
Lucjan bohar in Polish (polski)
Lucjan dwuplamy in Polish (polski)
Lutjan rouge in French (français)
Lutjan rouge à deux taches in French (français)
Madarag in Bikol
Mailah in Malay (bahasa Melayu)
Managat in Kuyunon
Managat in Tagalog
Mandagat in Visayan
Mangagat in Cebuano
Mangagat in Surigaonon
Mangagat in Tagalog
Mangagat in Waray-waray
Matangal in Tagalog
Maya maya in Tagalog
Maya-maya in Agutaynen
Maya-maya in Cebuano
Maya-maya in Davawenyo
Maya-maya in Kapampangan
Maya-maya in Surigaonon
Mayaguno in Visayan
Merimbohoho in Malagasy (Malagasy fiteny)
Moos in Austronesian (Other)
Moos in Carolinian
Moromboko in Malagasy (Malagasy fiteny)
Mos in Austronesian (Other)
Mos in Carolinian
Mu in Samoan (gagana fa'a Samoa)
Mu-a'a in Samoan (gagana fa'a Samoa)
Mu-mea in Samoan (gagana fa'a Samoa)
Mylah in English
N'Koungou in Komoro
Noowa in Fwâi
Pan in Marshallese (Kajin M̧ajeļ)
Pan Oken, 1816 in Marshall
Pargito in Tagalog
Pargo de dos manchas in Spanish (español)
Pargo de manchas in Portuguese (Português)
Pla kapong-see-laed in Thai (ไทย)
Puga in Visayan
Pulahan in Visayan
Pulariam in Malayalam (മലയാളം)
red bass in English
Red snapper in English
Rymas in Mahl
Saging-saging in Kuyunon
Saiya in Visayan
Sayungasang in Other
Schnapper in German (Deutsch)
Sidinean in Ilokano
Sikusiku in Misima-Paneati
Snapper in German (Deutsch)
sweetlip snapper in English
Tabon in Visayan
Tagafi in Austronesian (Other)
Tagafi in Carolinian
Tagafi in Chamorro (Chamoru)
Talaiwan in Tagalog
Tanda-tanda in Malay (bahasa Melayu)
Te boingo in Gilbertese
Te boingo in Kiribati
Te ingo in Gilbertese
Te ingo in Kiribati
Tingayog in Banton
Tsivaravara in Malagasy (Malagasy fiteny)
Tweekol-snapper in Afrikaans
Twinspot red snapper in English
twinspot snapper in English
Two-spot banded-snapper in English
Two-spot red snapper in English
Two-spotted snapper in English
twospot red snapper in English
twospot snapper in English
Upos-upos in Hiligaynon
Uposan in Hiligaynon
Vara vara in Creole, French
Vara vara in Creoles and Pidgins, French
Vara vara in French (français)
Vara-vara in French (français)
Vivaneau chien rouge in French (français)
Waralac in Kumak
White spotted red snapper in Tagalog
പുലരിം  in Malayalam (മലയാളം)
バラフエダイ in Japanese (日本語)
双斑笛鲷 in Mandarin Chinese
海豚哥 in Mandarin Chinese
白斑笛鯛 in Mandarin Chinese
白斑笛鲷 in Mandarin Chinese
雙斑笛鯛 in Mandarin Chinese

Picture of Lutjanus bohar has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial.
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Order : Perciformes
Family : Lutjanidae
Genus : Lutjanus
Species : Lutjanus bohar
Authority : Forssk