|Copyright: Jiri Kubosek (iti)
|Date Taken: 2015|
|Camera: Panasonic Lumix DC VARIO|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2015-12-03 10:48|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Abudefduf saxatilis is a member of the pomacentridae family that includes both the damselfishes and anemonefishes. This family is abundant in the tropical and warm temperate waters of the world. The Seargeant major is a small, laterally compressed rounded fish. There is a single nostril on either side of the snout distinguishing it from the butterflyfishes and angelfishes. It has a small, oblique terminal mouth. The upper part of the body is yellowish with 5 vertical black bars. Sometimes a faint sixth bar can be present. There is a black spot at the upper base of the pectoral fin.|
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- [2015-12-03 11:01]
Hi Jiri,i like a lot underwater pics,this is truly beautiful.A perfect capture of this common fish of red Sea,the sharpness and the light are absolutely great,i hope to see more from your trip in Marsa Alam! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
- [2015-12-03 12:13]
Great photo of this fish. Beautiful clear colours in this clear water. Good sharpness and composition.
- [2015-12-04 9:38]
Fantastic tropical fish ..
Well composed, nice colours and good details.
- [2015-12-04 11:54]
What a clean picture of this beautiful fish. Great light, it look like floating in the air!!
beautiful fish with good sharpness and details
thanks gr lou
Perfect frame...very well captured this colorful Fish. Nice color in the water as well as details on ground. I like the way you have given BREATHING SPACE here. Good work....
Thanks for sharing,