Spotted Fish or Fish with one or more 'spots'

A variety of species either have permanent spots on there bodies only have spots during a certain maturation stage of life. One good example is the stoplight parrotfish. Once mature the white, black and red body spots completely disappear.

Four-Eye Butterflyfish

(8 photos)

Stoplight Parrotfish Intermediate

(24 photos)

Spotted Goatfish

(9 photos)

Graysby

(9 photos)

Chub

(6 photos)

Yellowfin Mojarra

(6 photos)

Greater Soapfish

(8 photos)

Silver Porgy

(5 photos)

Banded Butterflyfish-Juvenile

(9 photos)

Red Hind

(12 photos)

Rock Hind

(8 photos)

Butter Hamlet

(5 photos)

Sailors Choice

(9 photos)

Mutton Snapper

(12 photos)

Harlequin Bass

(3 photos)

Coney-Dark Phase

(17 photos)

Dusky Damselfish - Juvenile

(8 photos)

Lane Snapper - Juvenile

(6 photos)

Mutton Hamlet

(5 photos)
Yellowtail Damselfish - Juvenile

Jewelfish - Juvenile YT Damselfish

( see next)

Yellowtail Damselfish

(12 photos)

 

 

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