Spanish flag

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The Spanish flag lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 35 - 365 m , usually 35 - m environment.

When flying the Spanish flag with other flags, the following is the correct order of precedence: The national flag, flags of foreign states, the flag of the European Union, international NGOs, military and government standards, Autonomous communities flags, city flags and any others. More

List of Spanish flags This is a list of flags used in Spain. For more information about the national flag, visit the article Flag of Spain. More

* Spanish flag of 1785 - The Spanish Flag - by Željko Heimer The flag of Spain flew on the west coast of Canada between 1789 and More

* Spanish Flag in Canada 1789-1795 - See also: * Historical Flags 1785-1931 (Spain) * Historical Flags (Spain) * Spain - More

The Spanish flag has suffered various changes over its history. Under Franco's dictatorship the flag lost the colour mauve appearing on the Republican flag, and incorporated two important symbols, the eagle and the shield of the Catholic monarchy. More

Unusual and strikingly beautiful, the Spanish Flag vine is a favorite among gardeners and plant lovers. In addition to having a memorable name, Spanish Flag is easy to grow and fun to use as an ornamental addition to your home. More

The description of the Spanish Flag is as follows: * Three horizontal bands of red (top), yellow (center double width), and red (bottom) More

Spanish flags in Madrid, unlike Barcelona, normally have the arms. The flag of the Madrid Comunidad Autónoma was common and was often flown along with the Spanish and European flags, the Spanish flag being in the middle and higher than the other two. More

This Spanish flag captured by American troops on the earthworks at Aibonito on the last night of hostilities in Puerto Rico. More

The Spanish flag has a central yellow stripe that is twice as wide as tall as each red band beside it. The coat of arms of Spain is on the yellow band, towards the flagpole side. More

The Spanish flag was the first flag that represented Texas. This flag flew over Texas for three centuries, starting in 1519-1685 and again in 1690-1821, after Spanish explorers claims Texas in the name of their king. More

The current Spanish flag was adopted on December 19, 1981. The closest variation of the current Spanish flag can be traced back to 1785 when Carlos III ruled Spain. More

Common names

Bandera español in Spanish (español)
Bandera espanola in Spanish (español)
Biajaiba in Spanish (español)
Biajaiba de lo alto in Spanish (español)
cherna bandera in Spanish (español)
Ouatalibi espagnol in Spanish (español)
Pabelion in Spanish (español)
Pavillon espagnol in French (français)
Spanish flag in English
Spansk flagbars in Danish (dansk)
角紋鮨 in Mandarin Chinese
角纹鮨 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Serranidae
Genus : Gonioplectrus
Species : Gonioplectrus hispanus
Authority : Cuvier, 1828