Ocellated Frogfish (Antennarius ocellatus) - Wiki
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[Photo] Ocellated Frogfish, Antennarius ocellatus. Bonaire, Dutch Antilles. Image taken by Clark Anderson/Aquaimages.
The ocellated frogfish, Antennarius ocellatus, is a frogfish of the family Antennariidae, found in the western Atlantic including the eastern portion of the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean Sea, to depths of 150 m. Its length is up to 38 cm.
The ocellated frogfish has three prominent black spots on each side, each surrounded by lighter ring. It inhabits rocky and coral reefs, and is the largest species of frogfish in the western Atlantic.
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