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Red-Belted Anthia Video Stock Footage

Pseudanthias rubrizonatus males are pinkish to pinkish orange at the anterior end of the body and are frequently bright yellow on the posterior of the body and on the tail, these two areas being separated by a wide red, vertical bar. There is a lilac coloured stripe which runs from below the eye to the lower part of the base of the pectoral fin. The dorsal fin has a lilac margin as do the outer lobes of the caudal fin. The females are reddish-pink, paler ventrally, and each scale has a dark spot in it. The females also have a violet stripe from below the eye to the lower part of the base of the pectoral fin and have red tips to the lobes of the caudal fin. The juveniles show lavender tips to the spines in the dorsal fin. The dorsal fin contains 10 spines and 16 soft rays while the anal fin has 3 spines and 7 soft rays. The maximum total length is 12 centimetres (4.7 in). Learn more about Red-Belted Anthia


View related species in family group: Perch

Animalia: Chordata: Perciformes: Actinopterygii: Serranidae: Pseudanthias rubrizonatus

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