Graysby GALLERY

Cephalopholis cruentatus

The Graysby is a member of the Grouper/Sea Bass family of fishes. They are quite shy and are quick to seek a hiding place once they become aware of your presence. They are also known as a Kitty Mitchell. They can be confused with the Red Hind and Rock hind . To tell the difference, look at the tail. The Gaysby's fins and tail have spots. The Hind's tails do not. The other distinguishing features are the six, (three on each side) spots on the Graysby's back along the dorsal spine fins. The fish can display their spots in either white OR black, although black spots are most common, they can also be absent.  They can look either all spotty or they can display in the mottled appearance (most often when at rest)

Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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Graysby - Cephalopholis cruentatus
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