Bigfin Reef Squid
has large fins.
|Scientific name||Sepioteuthis lessoniana|
|English name||Bigfin Reef Squid|
|Classification details||Myopsida Loliginidae|
|Distribution||Distributed in the Western Pacific.|
A squid with wide fins around the body. It is said that this fin was named because it was likened to "aori".
It is translucent as a whole, but the body changes color one after another. The surface appears to be light blue or green. big eyes. When moving forward, swim quickly with your feet behind and your head forward.
Comes to the coast in the summer. It reproduces by laying eggs in rock crevices. Catch and eat other fish.
Miura Peninsula Arasaki
I took a picture of him swimming alone in a tide pool in Arasaki. A small shoal of sardines was also left behind, and they seemed to be after it. After a while, when the tide came in again, they escaped through a small gap connected to the sea.
Introducing a picture of Bigfin Reef Squid.
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