Bridled sand perch

The Bridled sand perch lives in the benthopelagic, marine, depth range 13 - 80 m environment.

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The Bridled Sand Perch has a long slender body, overall tan coloration, white belly, and a series of characteristic markings including a cheek with 7 to 11 spines, a yellow ring around its eye, two pink bars under its eyes, five to seven faint dark bars More

Common names

Bridled sand perch in English
Camotillo in sp
Camotillo in Spanish (español)
Menta in sp
Sand-perch in English
Serran birdé in French (français)
Serran bridé in French (français)
Serrano in sp
Serrano frenado in Spanish (español)
大吻沙鮨 in Chinese (中文)
大吻沙鮨 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Serranidae
Genus : Diplectrum
Species : Diplectrum rostrum
Authority : Bortone, 1974