Dog Snapper
Lutjanus jocu

f16 @ 1/60s, ASA 100, Ektachrome 11, Nikonos II w 15mm, Oceanic 2000 flash

"Dog Snapper," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The dog snapper is a species of snapper native to the Atlantic Ocean. It is a commercially important species, and is popular for display in public aquaria. It is also known as the dogtooth snapper, pargue, or snuggletooth snapper. Its color is typically brown with a bronze tinge, lighter on the sides. In adults, a pale triangle and a light-blue, interrupted line are found just below the eye. This species can reach a length of 128 cm (50 in), though most do not exceed 60 cm (24 in). The greatest known weight for this species is 28.6 kg (63 lb).
Bonnaire, Caribbean