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Island kelpfish, Alloclinus holderi, Coronado Islands (Islas Coronado) Popeye catalufa, Pristigenys serrula Popeye catalufa, Pristigenys serrula
Island kelpfish. Eye Photo.
Image ID: 01025  
Species: Island kelpfish, Alloclinus holderi
Location: Coronado Islands (Islas Coronado), Baja California, Mexico
 
Popeye catalufa. Eye Picture.
Image ID: 12894  
Species: Popeye catalufa, Pristigenys serrula
 
Popeye catalufa. Stock Photography of Eye.
Image ID: 12895  
Species: Popeye catalufa, Pristigenys serrula
 
Popeye catalufa, Pristigenys serrula Bluebanded Goby, Lythrypnus dalli, Catalina Island Blackeye goby, Rhinogobiops nicholsii, Catalina Island
Popeye catalufa. Photograph of Eye.
Image ID: 12896  
Species: Popeye catalufa, Pristigenys serrula
 
Bluebanded Goby. Eye Photos.
Image ID: 02020  
Species: Bluebanded goby, Lythrypnus dalli
Location: Catalina Island, California, USA
 
Blackeye goby. Eye Image.
Image ID: 04799  
Species: Blackeye goby, Rhinogobiops nicholsii
Location: Catalina Island, California, USA
 
Painted greenling, Oxylebius pictus, Monterey, California Kelp bass (calico bass), Paralabrax clathratus, San Clemente Island Blackeye Goby, Rhinogobiops nicholsii, San Clemente Island
Painted greenling. Professional stock photos of Eye.
Image ID: 00629  
Species: Painted greenling, Oxylebius pictus
Location: Monterey, California, USA
 
Kelp bass (calico bass). Pictures of Eye.
Image ID: 00630  
Species: Kelp bass, Paralabrax clathratus
Location: San Clemente Island, California, USA
 
Blackeye Goby. Eye Photo.
Image ID: 02019  
Species: Blackeye goby, Rhinogobiops nicholsii
Location: San Clemente Island, California, USA
 
Crocodile fish, Papilloculiceps longiceps, Egyptian Red Sea Panamic fanged blenny, Ophioblennius steindachneri Island kelpfish, Alloclinus holderi, San Clemente Island
Crocodile fish. Eye Picture.
Image ID: 05241  
Species: Indian Ocean crocodile fish, Papilloculiceps longiceps
Location: Egyptian Red Sea
 
Panamic fanged blenny. Stock Photography of Eye.
Image ID: 05788  
Species: Panamic fanged blenny, Ophioblennius steindachneri
Location: Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
 
Island kelpfish. Photograph of Eye.
Image ID: 07063  
Species: Island kelpfish, Alloclinus holderi
Location: San Clemente Island, California, USA
 
Island kelpfish, Alloclinus holderi, San Clemente Island Blackeye goby, Rhinogobiops nicholsii, Catalina Island Blackeye goby, Rhinogobiops nicholsii, Catalina Island
Island kelpfish. Eye Photos.
Image ID: 07064  
Species: Island kelpfish, Alloclinus holderi
Location: San Clemente Island, California, USA
 
Blackeye goby. Eye Image.
Image ID: 04800  
Species: Blackeye goby, Rhinogobiops nicholsii
Location: Catalina Island, California, USA
 
Blackeye goby. Professional stock photos of Eye.
Image ID: 05147  
Species: Blackeye goby, Rhinogobiops nicholsii
Location: Catalina Island, California, USA
 
Popeye catalufa, Pristigenys serrula Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps
Popeye catalufa. Pictures of Eye.
Image ID: 08871  
Species: Popeye catalufa, Pristigenys serrula
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Eye Photo.
Image ID: 09276  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Eye Picture.
Image ID: 09277  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Stock Photography of Eye.
Image ID: 09278  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Photograph of Eye.
Image ID: 09279  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Eye Photos.
Image ID: 09280  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Eye Image.
Image ID: 09281  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Professional stock photos of Eye.
Image ID: 09282  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Pictures of Eye.
Image ID: 09378  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Eye Photo.
Image ID: 09379  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Eye Picture.
Image ID: 09380  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Stock Photography of Eye.
Image ID: 09381  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America.  The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer.  It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts.  The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously, Anableps anableps
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Photograph of Eye.
Image ID: 09382  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Eye Photos.
Image ID: 09383  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 
Four-eyed fish, found in the Amazon River delta of South America. The name four-eyed fish is actually a misnomer. It has only two eyes, but both are divided into aerial and aquatic parts. The two retinal regions of each eye, working in concert with two different curvatures of the eyeball above and below water to account for the difference in light refractivity for air and water, allow this amazing fish to see clearly above and below the water surface simultaneously. Eye Image.
Image ID: 09384  
Species: Four-Eyed Fish, Anableps anableps
 


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Animal  >  Fish  >  Fish Anatomy  >  Mouth
Animal  >  Fish  >  Fish Behavior  >  Camoflage
Animal  >  Fish  >  Freshwater Fish
Animal  >  Fish  >  Marine Fish
Animal  >  Fish  >  Marine Fish  >  Blennie  >  Clinidae
Animal  >  Fish  >  Marine Fish  >  Crocodilefish (Platycephalidae)
Animal  >  Fish  >  Marine Fish  >  Goby (Gobiidae)
Animal  >  Fish  >  Marine Fish  >  Indo-Pacific  >  California / Baja California
Animal  >  Fish  >  Marine Fish  >  Indo-Pacific  >  Galapagos
Animal  >  Fish  >  Marine Fish  >  Indo-Pacific  >  Red Sea
Location  >  Oceans  >  Pacific  >  California (USA) / Baja California (Mexico)  >  Channel Islands  >  Catalina Island
Location  >  Oceans  >  Pacific  >  California (USA) / Baja California (Mexico)  >  Channel Islands  >  San Clemente Island
Location  >  Oceans  >  Pacific  >  Galapagos Islands (Ecuador)
Location  >  Oceans  >  Red Sea  >  Egypt
Location  >  Protected Threatened and Significant Places  >  National Marine Sanctuaries  >  Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (California)
Location  >  Protected Threatened and Significant Places  >  World Heritage Sites  >  Galapagos Islands (Ecuador)
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Alloclinus holderi
Anableps anableps
Lythrypnus dalli
Ophioblennius steindachneri
Oxylebius pictus
Papilloculiceps longiceps
Paralabrax clathratus
Pristigenys serrula
Rhinogobiops nicholsii

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