Spot the fish!

 
Everyone knows what camouflage is, but few people will have seen a fish so well camouflaged as the one in the image below.

This stunning photo was taken by Andrew Green (dentrock). It shows a Goram Dragonet (Diplogrammus goramensis) on a sandy seabed.

Goram Dragonet Andrew Green

As well as being an excellent underwater fish spotter and photographer, Andrew is a co-author of the book Tropical Marine Fishes of Australia, co-author of The Manual Of Underwater Photography and a keen diver with Reef Life Survey.

The Goram Dragonet is a tropical marine species that occurs in Western Pacific waters. In Australia it is known from Western Australia and Queensland.

Thank you Andrew!

Posted by markmcg markmcg, February 28, 2017 04:04

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Wow! That's outstanding camouflage.

Posted by jon_sullivan almost 5 years ago (Flag)

After trying to order the TMFoA I was told it was out of stock by new copies would be arriving in a week or two! So hang in there if you too are chasing a copy!

Posted by sascha_schulz almost 5 years ago (Flag)

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