Lutjanus kasmira (Bluestripe Snapper) is a species of bony fishes in the family snappers. They are native to Mozambique, Yemen, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Northern Mariana Islands, Niue, Djibouti, Kiribati, Christmas Island, New Zealand, China, Tanzania, Eritrea, Maldives, The Philippines, South Africa, Hong Kong, US Minor Outlying Islands, Singapore, Jordan, Egypt, French Polynesia, Comoros, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Seychelles, American Samoa, Australia, Fiji, Madagascar, Micronesia, Cook Islands, Vanuatu, Sudan, Tokelau, Samoa, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Oman, British Indian Ocean Territory, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Somalia, Marshall Islands, Papua New Guinea, Palau, Wallis Et Futuna Islands, Tuvalu, Cambodia, Japan, Norfolk Island, Nauru, Brunei, India, Thailand, Guam, RéUnion, Mauritius, East Timor, Kenya, and Malaysia. Individuals can grow to 40 cm. They have sexual reproduction.
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