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Spotted Black Grouper
Image by Roger Grace, published on 30/12/2009
The Kermadec Islands support the world's last remaining large population of these fish. Spotted Black grouper ( Epinephelus daemelii) grow to 2 metres long, all begin life as females and change sex when they get to around 1 metre in length. They are a protected fish anywhere in New Zealand and have extra protection with marine reserve status at the Kermadecs
Tags: Global Fisheries | Bioregions/habitats | Kermadec | Magical Marine Reserves & Marine Parks | Kermadec Islands | NZ Biodiversity | Adaptations | Marine habitats | Shallow Rocky Reefs | NZ Inshore Fish | Spotted Black Grouper
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