Red-belted anthias

Pseudanthias rubrizonatus is a Pseudanthias fish from the Western Pacific Ocean.

The Red-belted anthias lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 20 - 133 m , usually 50 - 133 m environment.

Male red-belted anthias (Pseudanthias rubrizonatus) - most common at greater depths. There are also anthias species that are sometimes encountered at shallower depths, but are most abundant in deeper water. These include Lori's anthias (P. lori), the squareblock anthias (P. More

Common names

Deepsea fairy basslet in English
Lilac-tip basslet in English
Lilac-tipped seaperch in English
Pseudanthias rubrizonatus in French (français)
Red-band basslet in English
Red-belted anthias in English
Redband anthias in English
Redbar anthias in English
石斑 in Mandarin Chinese
紅帶擬花鮨 in Mandarin Chinese
紅帶花鮨 in Mandarin Chinese
红带拟花鮨 in Mandarin Chinese
红带花鮨 in Mandarin Chinese
过鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
過魚 in Mandarin Chinese
鱠 in Mandarin Chinese
鲙 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Serranidae
Genus : Pseudanthias
Species : Pseudanthias rubrizonatus
Authority : Randall, 1983