|Xanthochromism in S. Cal. fish|
Posted by Andy S on September 06, 2006 at 22:38:45:|
In Reply to: Re: It is an Opaleye with xanthochromism (that is also not well) posted by Anastasia L on September 06, 2006 at 12:49:25:
All I recall Pete Haaker telling me is that it does occasionally occur in a few of our local fishes but the opaleye I sent was the first of this species he had seen with it. I have seen other opaleye with the yellow markings on the S. Side of the W. tip of Anacapa. Unfortunately, Peter Haaker has retired from Dept of F&G.
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