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Tristan Wrasse (Conca)

Tristan Wrasse (Conca) Suezichthys ornatus Tristan wrasse or rainbow wrasse are known locally as Conca. Tristan Wrasse male (Conca) Suezichthys ornatus (c) Sue Scott They are very common in the kelp forest and amongst smaller seaweeds at the top islands…

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Telescope Fish

Also known as the Common Trumpeter, the Telescope fish can be found in the cold temperate waters of the Southern Oceans.

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Jacopever (Soldier)

Jacopever (Soldier) Helicolenus mouchesi Jacopever is very similar to the False Jacopever but is has a more mottled pattern and it does not have the large white spots on its back. Jacopever (Soldier) Helicolenus mouchesi (c) Sue Scott The Jacopever…

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False Jacopever (Soldier)

False Jacopever is known locally as the Solider fish. It’s in the family of rock fishes and uses the kelp forest as shelter.

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Klipfish (Black devil)

Klipfish are only found in Tristan and nowhere else in the world! Although Klipfish is commonly found in rock pools very little information is known about them. They live in the remote habitat of the oceanic islands of Tristan da...

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Five-finger

Also known as St. Paul’s fingerfin, with part of its name “dactylus” meaning fingers. It’s called 5 finger because its pectoral fin looks like a hand with 5 fingers.

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