TG0325-D. Sea fans (Annella mollis) along a reef slope. This species grows to 6 feet diameter, found from 30 to 130 feet deep. Scalefin anthias (Pseudanthias squammipinnis), the small orange fish, are also called Lyretail Anthis, sea goldies, or fairy basslets. Note the Lionfish (Pterois miles) in lower left. Egypt, Red Sea. <br />
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TG0325-D. Sea fans (Annella mollis) along a reef slope. This species grows to 6 feet diameter, found from 30 to 130 feet deep. Scalefin anthias (Pseudanthias squammipinnis), the small orange fish, are also called Lyretail Anthis, sea goldies, or fairy basslets. Note the Lionfish (Pterois miles) in lower left. Egypt, Red Sea.
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