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spotty (Notolabrus celidotus)

10 July 2010. An endemic wrasse of New Zealand. The generic name [i]Notolabrus[/i]means southern wrasse (the former genus it occupied was [/i]Pseudolabrus[/i] which means false wrasse). The common name comes from the black marking on the flank.

spotty (Notolabrus celidotus)
Chlidonias, 10 Jul 2010
    • Chlidonias
      10 July 2010. An endemic wrasse of New Zealand. The generic name Notolabrus means southern wrasse (the former genus it occupied was [/i]Pseudolabrus[/i] which means false wrasse). The common name comes from the black marking on the flank in the shape of a single spot, athough in larger males such as this one the spot breaks up into a series of smaller markings.
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