Blue striped grunt
The blue striped grunt (Haemulon sciurus) or bluestriped grunt, is a subtropical species of grunt native to the western Atlantic Ocean. It was described by the. They prefer mangroves, reefs or sea grass beds where they school with other bluestriped grunts and even mix with other grunts. Their name. Head and body yellow with narrow blue stripes continuing along length of body; stripe under eye with distinctive arch. Spiny dorsal fin yellow; soft dorsal and. May 19, · Re: are blue striped grunts good to eat Grunts taste great, leagues above chubs and margates. The only problem is they're relatively small. May 06, · “Blue-striped grunts are an important prey species for larger predators, therefore, the closure of this site was deemed a necessary step in preventing . Among the better-known species are the blue-striped, or yellow, grunt (Haemulon sciurus), a striped, blue and yellow Atlantic fish up to 46 cm (18 inches) long; the French grunt (H. flavolineatum), a yellow-striped, silvery blue Atlantic species about 30 cm (12 inches) long; the margate (H. album).