Best Photo Posters - 01545 590820

Common Bluestripe Snappers in the lea of a coral formation

Common Bluestripe Snappers in the lea of a coral formation
£8.95
Canvas prints, photo posters of reef fish pictures. Common Bluestripe Snappers formed into a large school in the lea of a coral formation. Common Bluestripe Snappers often form into aggregations by coral formations, in caves or near wrecks during the day.

* Required Fields

£8.95
Description

Details

Individually crafted - we take pride in our unique collection of underwater photography. Our high quality photo prints featuring pictures of tropical fish are printed individually to order.

Common Bluestripe Snappers formed into a large school in the lea of a coral formation. Common Bluestripe Snappers often form into aggregations by coral formations, in caves or near wrecks during the day.

Common Bluestripe Snapper Facts
Other names: Kasmira snapper, bluestripe sea perch, blue-line snaper
Scientific name: Lutjanus kasmira
Family: Lutjanidae (Snappers)
Max. size: 40 cm
Depth: 2 - 265 metres
Diet: Fishes, shrimps, crabs, cephalopods, planktonic crustaceans, algae
Habitat: Coral reefs, shallow lagoons, outer reef slopes
Distribution: Indo-Pacific: Red Sea and East Africa to the Marquesas and Line islands, north to southern Japan, south to Australia. Southeast Atlantic: East London, South Africa.

Printing and Shipping

Additional Information

Canvas Prints

Stunning, high quality canvas prints on lightly textured poly/cotton canvas. Our prints are hand framed using gallery style (38mm deep) redwood pine bars. They are shipped ready to hang, complete with wall hanger.

Despatched in 2-3 days.

Photo Posters

High resolution prints with vibrant colours and fade resistant ink technology. Our posters are printed on premium quality photo poster paper.

Despatched next working day.

Postage & Packing

Postage & Packing: £3.95 per order.
Free Delivery on orders over £60.00.

Reviews
This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out more here.
x