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Spotted Black Grouper

Spotted Black Grouper
Image by Samara Nicholas, published on 18/10/2012

Spotted Black Grouper, photographed on the Eastern side of Meyer Island, Raoul, August 2012.
Spotted Black Grouper are a top predator and play a major role on the Kermadec reefs. Although the spotted black grouper has a wide distribution, including southeast Australia, Lord Howe Island, Norfolk Island and much of New Zealand, the Kermadec Island’s population is the last remaining stronghold.

Tags: Global Fisheries | Experiencing Marine Reserves | Snorkeling | Magical Marine Reserves & Marine Parks | Kermadec Islands | NZ Biodiversity | FishID | Spotted Black Grouper | Kermadec

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