Twinspot bass

The Twinspot bass lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 2 - 402 m environment.

The Twinspot Bass is a hardy and personable fish from the western Atlantic Ocean. It is mottled white and brown with two distinct black spots at the base of the tail fin. More

flaviventris (two-spot bass or twinspot bass), Centropristis fuscula (twospot sea bass), Serraniculus pumilio (pygmy sea bass), Serranocirrhitus latus (swallow-tail basslet), Sacura parva (little fairy basslet), and Epinephelus quernus (sea bass, but also Epinephelus is part of the tribe Epinephelini, which are known More

The twinspot bass can be regarded as an ecomorphological equivalent of the Diplectrum species from hard substrata (FZG, unpub. More

The twinspot bass Serranus flaviventris (Serranidae) as follower of thegoldspotted eel Myrichthys ocellatus (Ophichthidae) in north-eastern. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, v. 1, p. 1-3, 2008. 3. NUNES, J. A. C. More

Common names

Jacundá in Portuguese (Português)
Mariquita in Portuguese (Português)
Pirucaia in Portuguese (Português)
Serigado-xerne in Portuguese (Português)
Serrano in Spanish (español)
Serrano de arena in Spanish (español)
Traíra in Portuguese (Português)
Twinspot bass in English
Two-spot bass in English
Vovó in Portuguese (Português)
黃腹鮨 in Mandarin Chinese
黄腹鮨 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Serranidae
Genus : Serranus
Species : Serranus flaviventris
Authority : Cuvier, 1829