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Copper Rockfish Sebastes caurinus with pink soft corals and reef invertebrate life,  Browning Passage, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Sebastes caurinus Unidentified rockfish Unidentified rockfish Treefish Sebastes serriceps, San Clemente Island Flag rockfish, Sebastes rubrivinctus Flag rockfish, Sebastes rubrivinctus Flag rockfish, Sebastes rubrivinctus Flag rockfish, Sebastes rubrivinctus Flag rockfish, Sebastes rubrivinctus Flag rockfish, Sebastes rubrivinctus Flag rockfish, Sebastes rubrivinctus Gopher rockfish, Sebastes carnatus Starry rockfish, Sebastes constellatus Starry rockfish, Sebastes constellatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Vermillion rockfish, Sebastes miniatus Kelp rockfish, Sebastes atrovirens Kelp rockfish, Sebastes atrovirens Kelp rockfish, Sebastes atrovirens Kelp rockfish, Sebastes atrovirens Kelp rockfish, Sebastes atrovirens Blue rockfish, Sebastes mystinus Blue rockfish, Sebastes mystinus Yellowtail rockfish, Sebastes flavidus Yellowtail rockfish, Sebastes flavidus Olive rockfish, Sebastes serranoides Honeycomb rockfish, Sebastes umbrosus Tiger rockfish (juvenile), Sebastes nigrocinctus Tiger rockfish (juvenile), Sebastes nigrocinctus Tiger rockfish (juvenile), Sebastes nigrocinctus Copper rockfish, Sebastes caurinus Canary rockfish, juvenile.  The bright orange color of this rockfish will not be so visible at depth, where seawater filters out the red lightwaves that allow this color to be seen, Sebastes pinniger Canary rockfish, juvenile.  The bright orange color of this rockfish will not be so visible at depth, where seawater filters out the red lightwaves that allow this color to be seen, Sebastes pinniger Canary rockfish, juvenile.  The bright orange color of this rockfish will not be so visible at depth, where seawater filters out the red lightwaves that allow this color to be seen, Sebastes pinniger Yelloweye rockfish, juvenile.  The juvenile yelloweye rockfish is black and white and only slowly becomes bright orange after migrating to deep water and maturing, Sebastes ruberrimus Yelloweye rockfish, juvenile.  The juvenile yelloweye rockfish is black and white and only slowly becomes bright orange after migrating to deep water and maturing, Sebastes ruberrimus Yelloweye rockfish, juvenile.  The juvenile yelloweye rockfish is black and white and only slowly becomes bright orange after migrating to deep water and maturing, Sebastes ruberrimus Grass rockfish.  Most grass rockfish are olive green.  This one yellow, an uncommon genetic variation, Sebastes rastrelliger China rockfish, Sebastes nebulosus China rockfish, Sebastes nebulosus   more ...

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Updated: October 31, 2020