White Spotted Grouper

White spotted Grouper (Epinephelus coeruleopunctatus)are found from East Africa to Fiji. White spotted grouper prefer rocky or coral areas, with a distinct prefrence for caves. The juveniles are found in tidal pools. They feed on fish and various crustaceans.

The white spotted grouper aka Summan Grouper or Speckled Fin Grouper despite the fact that in the wild they can reach a large size they are still popular for use in aquariums.

White Spotted Groupers feed primarily on crustaceans and small fish species.

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