Caudal fin screaming.
|Scientific name||Doryrhamphus japonicus|
|English name||Honshu pipefish|
|Classification details||Gasterosteiformes Syngnathidae|
|Full length||about 7cm|
|Distribution||Pacific coast. coastal area of Asia.|
Thin light blue streaks run through its long, yellow body. The caudal fin is dark brown with three yellow spots. looks like she's screaming There is a brown band extending from the snout past the eye.
Inhabits rocky reefs and tidal pools in shallow waters. They often hide under rocks. The individual I took in the picture also came out when I happened to shine a light under the rock ledge.
Miura Peninsula Arasaki
It was found near the seafloor in Arasaki at a depth of 2-3m. After chasing the butterflyfish and lighting up the bottom of the rock ledge, a fish of a color and shape I had never seen before appeared. I took a picture because there was no sign of running around the front and back of the sea urchin.
The vide of Honshu pipefish.Came out of the ledge a little.
Introducing a picture of Honshu pipefish.
spines on dorsal fin.......ead more.
Abdomen bright green.......ead more.
Male breeding plumage is colorful.......ead more.
A familiar cry from "Nakananara".......ead more.
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