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Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Sevenstriped cardinalfish.
Species: Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Image ID: 08682  
Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Sevenstriped cardinalfish.
Species: Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Image ID: 08683  
Southern orange-lined cardinalfish, Apogon properupta
Southern orange-lined cardinalfish.
Species: Southern orange-lined cardinalfish, Apogon properupta
Image ID: 08684  
Southern orange-lined cardinalfish, Apogon properupta
Southern orange-lined cardinalfish.
Species: Southern orange-lined cardinalfish, Apogon properupta
Image ID: 08685  
Threadfin cardinalfish, Apogon leptacanthus
Threadfin cardinalfish.
Species: Threadfin cardinalfish, Apogon leptacanthus
Image ID: 08880  
Threadfin cardinalfish, Apogon leptacanthus
Threadfin cardinalfish.
Species: Threadfin cardinalfish, Apogon leptacanthus
Image ID: 08881  
Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni
Banggai Cardinalfish. Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere. The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour. Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild.
Species: Banggai cardinalfish, Pterapogon kauderni
Image ID: 08900  
Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni
Banggai Cardinalfish. Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere. The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour. Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild.
Species: Banggai cardinalfish, Pterapogon kauderni
Image ID: 08901  
Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni
Banggai Cardinalfish. Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere. The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour. Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild.
Species: Banggai cardinalfish, Pterapogon kauderni
Image ID: 08902  
Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni
Banggai Cardinalfish. Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere. The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour. Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild.
Species: Banggai cardinalfish, Pterapogon kauderni
Image ID: 09229  
Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni
Banggai Cardinalfish. Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere. The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour. Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild.
Species: Banggai cardinalfish, Pterapogon kauderni
Image ID: 09230  
Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni
Banggai Cardinalfish. Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere. The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour. Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild.
Species: Banggai cardinalfish, Pterapogon kauderni
Image ID: 09231  
Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni
Banggai Cardinalfish. Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere. The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour. Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild.
Species: Banggai cardinalfish, Pterapogon kauderni
Image ID: 09232  
Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Sevenstriped cardinalfish.
Species: Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Image ID: 09360  
Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Sevenstriped cardinalfish.
Species: Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Image ID: 09361  
Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Sevenstriped cardinalfish.
Species: Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Image ID: 09362  
Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Sevenstriped cardinalfish.
Species: Sevenstriped cardinalfish, Apogon novemfasciatus
Image ID: 09363  
Banggai Cardinalfish.  Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere.  The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour.  Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild, Pterapogon kauderni
Banggai Cardinalfish. Once thought to be found at Banggai Island near Sulawesi, Indonesia, it has recently been found at Lembeh Strait and elsewhere. The male incubates the egg mass in his mouth, then shelters a brood of 10-15 babies in his mouth after they hatch, the only fish known to exhibit this behaviour. Unfortunately, the aquarium trade is threatening the survival of this species in the wild.
Species: Banggai cardinalfish, Pterapogon kauderni
Image ID: 09462  
Guadalupe cardinalfish, typically schooling together in the shadow of a rock ledge, Apogon guadalupensis, Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe)
Guadalupe cardinalfish, typically schooling together in the shadow of a rock ledge.
Species: Guadalupe cardinalfish, Apogon guadalupensis
Location: Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe), Baja California, Mexico
Image ID: 09585  
Guadalupe cardinalfish (and a lone orange garibaldi), typically schooling together in the shadow of a rock ledge, Apogon guadalupensis, Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe)
Guadalupe cardinalfish (and a lone orange garibaldi), typically schooling together in the shadow of a rock ledge.
Species: Guadalupe cardinalfish, Apogon guadalupensis
Location: Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe), Baja California, Mexico
Image ID: 09586  
Guadalupe cardinalfish (and a lone orange garibaldi), typically schooling together in the shadow of a rock ledge, Apogon guadalupensis, Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe)
Guadalupe cardinalfish (and a lone orange garibaldi), typically schooling together in the shadow of a rock ledge.
Species: Guadalupe cardinalfish, Apogon guadalupensis
Location: Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe), Baja California, Mexico
Image ID: 09587  

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