Eastern blue devil

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Original source: IMG_3121 Author Taso Viglas from Sydney, Australia Author: Taso Viglas from Sydney, Australia

The Eastern blue devil lives in the reef-associated, marine, usually 5 - 15 m environment.

The Eastern Blue Devil Fish (Paraplesiops bleekeri) is also known as the Bleeker's Blue Devil Fish and is one of the most beautiful fish species in Australia's waters. More

Eastern Blue Devils are endemic to Australia and live in a very limited range on the eastern seaboard, mainly in NSW. More

Cuttlefish & Eastern Blue Devil at Ulladulla = Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player. More

The Eastern Blue Devil Fish is a protected fish species in New South Wales, and there are heavy penalties for taking, selling or possessing them. This species is popular with divers and photographers because of its striking iridescent blue and yellow markings. More

SKU: Devil Eastern Blue Devil Fish are solitary creatures that usually live alone in caves or crevices during the day; it can sometimes be seen out roaming the reef at night. More

The Eastern Blue Devil is a strikingly coloured fish that is occasionally seen by divers in caves and under ledges. It is most easily recognised by its banded pattern and yellow pectoral and caudal fins. More

Eastern Blue Devil, Australia Information Description: Keywords: Date: 07.29. More

An Eastern Blue Devil at Jervis Bay. More

Common names

Bleeker's devilfish in English
Blue-tipped longfin in English
Eastern blue devil in English
布氏副鮗 in Chinese (中文)
布氏副鮗 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Plesiopidae
Genus : Paraplesiops
Species : Paraplesiops bleekeri
Authority : G