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Apogon pacificus (Herre, 1935) (Cardinalfish)
Stays under ledge overhangs and other shaded, reclusive areas on rocky reefs and slopes during the day. Feeds in the open at night. Often mingles with other cardinal fish .
Halichoeres semicinctus (Ayres, 1859) (rock wrasse)
Serranus scriba (Linnaeus, 1758) (Painted comber)
Found on rocky bottom and on Posidonia beds. Feed on fishes and crustaceans.
Diplodus vulgaris (Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1817) (Common two-banded seabream)
A euryhaline species inhabiting rocky and sometimes sandy bottoms to depths of 160 m, but more commonly in less than 50 m. The young are sometimes found in seagrass beds. Adults feed on crustaceans, worms and mollusks . Important food fish.
Spicara smaris (Linnaeus, 1758) (Picarel)
Depth range from 15-170 m but up to depth of 328 m in the eastern Ionian Sea . Inhabit Posidonia beds and muddy bottoms. Occur in schools except during breeding .
Echidna nocturna (Cope, 1872) (Moray)
Enneapterygius abeli (Klausewitz, 1960) (Yellow triplefin)
Octopus hubbsorum Berry, 1953 (Octopus)
Oblada melanura (Linnaeus, 1758) (Saddled seabream)
Gregarious, forms aggregations over rocky bottoms or seagrass beds . Omnivorous but feeds mainly on small invertebrates . Important food fish.
Gobiosoma nudum (Meek & Hildebrand, 1928) (goby)
Plectroglyphidodon sindonis (Jordan and Evermann, 1903) (Rock damselfish)
Found in very shallow water in the surge zone of exposed rocky shores . Benthopelagic . Feeds mainly on benthic algae and occasionally on small invertebrates .
Microspathodon dorsalis (Gill, 1862) (Damselfish)