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Most common near weed banks and coral reefs in shallow-water, but not captured in shallow areas of southern waters. Oviparous (Ref. 205), and are multiple spawners with synchronous development (Ref. 36823). Associated with S. burrus, S. schomburgkii, and S. analis. The flesh is of excellent quality (Ref. 6205).


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