Spotted Drum Photo in 2018-02-11 by Marta & Mark Rubio - Bockstael


Spotted Drum Photo in 2018-02-11 by Marta & Mark Rubio - Bockstael

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  • Title: Spotted Drum

  • Photographer: Marta & Mark Rubio - Bockstael

  • Taken on: 2018-02-11 10:48:00

  • Uploaded on: 2018-02-26 18:03:15

  • Views: 542

  • Camera: No camera associated

  • License: © All rights reserved

  • Marine Animal: Equetus punctatus, (Bloch & Schneider, 1801) 

  • Diving Site: 1000 Steps, Bonaire, Netherlands

  • Business: No business associated

  • Photo description: Found singly close to reefs in established areas under ledges or in small caves. Front Dorsal Fin becomes smaller with age. They feed nocturnally out in the open on crabs, shrimps, and worms. Length - 24cm Depth - 4-30m Widespread Western Atlantic & Caribbean Drums are named for the repetitive throbbing or drumming sounds they make by beating their abdominal muscles against the swim bladder.

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