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What is the average length of the Oxyjulis Californica (Senorita)? What is the color of the Oxyjulis Californica, and what region is it found in the surrounding waters?
Question Date: 2005-04-19
Answer 1:

Oxyjulis Californica (Senorita) can reach 10 inches (25 cm) long. They live in Subtropical climates and the distribution is Eastern Pacific: from Salt Point in northern California, USA to southern central Baja California, Mexico. They are yellow to orange or orange-brown in color and have large black spots on tail base.

For more information about this fish species check out this website: Senorita.

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