Species Anthias anthias (Swallowtail seaperch)

Your body is red with a slightly lighter belly. On the sides there are three yellow longitudinal bands that reach the front of the head. The front edges of the fins are violets. In water and without artificial light it looks gray. It inhabits the waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the European Atlantic and at depths ranging between 25 and 200 meters, although the most common is to find it between 30 and 50 meters. Live forming groups that settle at the entrance of caves and cracks



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Species profile
  • Is marine

Vernacular names for species Anthias anthias

Albaniankerr i kuq, peshku bishtdallëndysheWorms, Worms
Catalanforcadella de tres cues, focadella, somera vermellaWorms, Worms, Worms
Croatiankirnjica, jeraWorms, Worms
Dutch; FlemishvlaggenbaarsjeWorms
Englishswallowtail seaperch, marine goldfishWorms, Worms
Frenchbarbier hirondelle, castagnole rouge, barbier communWorms, Worms, Worms
GermanRötling, Mittelmeer-FahnenbarschWorms, Worms
Hebrewפזית ים-תיכונית Worms
Italiancastagnola rossa, boccaglio, guarracino, monacellaWorms, Worms, Worms, Worms
Portuguesefolião, imperador, canário-do-marWorms, Worms, Worms
Serbianmatulic barjaktatWorms
Spanishtres colasWorms
Turkishberber baligiWorms
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