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I am doing a report on the California rosy rockfish. Would you happen to know it's Latin name, it's behavior, and some interesting facts? Thank you!
Question Date: 2005-04-20
Answer 1:

The California Rosy Rockfish is also known as Rock Cod or Pacific Red Snapper. The Latin name is Sebastes rosaceus. This orange colored fish grows up to 11 inches long. Its diet is small fish and crustaceans. Its distribution is from California to central Baja.

For some interesting facts, visit this website: Rock fish.

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