|Copyright: Jiri Kubosek (iti)
|Date Taken: 2015|
|Camera: Panasonic Lumix DC VARIO|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2016-03-03 6:35|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia|
Cephalopholis argus, also known as: roi, bluespotted grouper, argus grouper, peacock hind, peacock grouper or peacock rockcod is a fish from the Indo-Pacific which is variously a commercial gamefish, an invasive species and occasionally an aquarium resident. Its species name comes from its resemblance to the "hundred staring eyes" of the monster Argus in Greek mythology.
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- [2016-03-03 7:22]
What a beauty. Excellent photo in good sharpness and beautiful contrasting colours.
very nice picture of this fish
lovely colours to
thanks gr lou
Beautiful colored fish, Well captured. Nice underwater color and details. Looks like wearing ornaments!
Thanks for showing with informative NOTE,
- [2016-03-03 14:19]
I donīt know about fish, but this one is quite interesting to me because of its many white dots.
Thanks for sharing
What a wonderful colorful fish...Amazing clarity, focus and details. As usual you get a lovely photo with high quality range. Very nice capture.
- [2016-03-04 9:10]
Hi Jiri,another magnificent capture from Marsa Alam,impressive sharpness despite the difficult light,a common specie that i seen many times me too but always nice to see,i like it! Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano