|Well, it is a nice photo of a Juvenile Cabezon|
Posted by Elaine on August 25, 2005 at 15:11:50:|
In Reply to: It is a juvinile Cabazon, Scorpaenichthy marmoratus posted by Chris on August 25, 2005 at 12:49:38:
It is my understanding that they think maybe the substrate partially determines the fish population distribution and range.
Vesided obvious things like water temperature, For Garibaldi, maybe it is the algae that they use for thier nests that determines where they can live. If the algae can't or won't grow, they can't make their nests, so they can't live there. I wonder what the determining factors are for Red Irish Lords.
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