Scamp groupers
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Scamp groupers

September 13, 2005
Scamp are the second most important species of grouper in the southeast, but have been seriously depleted on Oculina Bank. These two were found amid habitat of sand and shell aggregate rock at Eau Gallie. This type of rock is unusual on the bank.

Islands in the Stream: May 10 - October 3, 2001

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