This gorgeous destination is known for its biodiversity, endemic species, and large pelagic fish. Stacey will cover some of what you’re most likely to see while exploring the big blue.

King Angelfish photo by Carol Cox

 

Fishes taught in this session:

  • Panamic Fanged Blenny, (Ophioblennius steindachneri)
  • Coral Hawkfish, (Cirrhitichthys oxycephalus)
  • Moorish Idol, (Zanclus cornutus)
  • Scalloped Hammerhead, (Sphyrna lewini)
  • Finespotted Moray, (Gymnothorax dovii)
  • Chinese Trumpetfish, (Aulostomus chinensis)
  • Giant Hawkfish, (Cirrhitus rivulatus)
  • Mexican Goatfish, (Mulloidichthys dentatus)
  • Reef Cornetfish, (Fistularia commersonii)
  • Blue-and-Gold Snapper, (Lutjanus viridis)
  • Finescale Triggerfish, (Balistes polylepis)
  • Burrito Grunt, (Anisotremus interruptus)
  • Amarillo (Yellow) Snapper, (Lutjanus argentiventris)
  • Bravo Clinid, (Labrisomus dendriticus)
  • Sabertooth Blenny, (Plagiotremus azaleus)