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    Okay Jim, now you have done it....you and WGuy in cahoots to place the fake frog fish!!!( hahahah just joking)
    Great picts

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    That frogfish is from Old Time Pottery! Very difficult to find though--they keep-em in back near the seahorses!

    This one though, my wife found at Blue Heron Bridge in Florida last weekClick image for larger version. 

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ID:	14989 It has my copyright only because I was too lazy to remove it--thinking I would need it sometime soonish. This one was tiny--about 1.5 or 2 inches. We saw a mated pair of striated frogfish that day as well.
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    fabulouse!!!! Thanks for the tip on Old Time Pottery,, I will look for that yellow rock cheers
    hahahahahah

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    Default What is the other fish in Jim's first photo?

    Ha! Finally a photo of the fish I'm trying to ID. No, not the fake frogfish (although that's brilliant and I'm going to try to find one at Old Time Pottery) but that little grouper next to it. Someone, anyone...what is that fish?

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    Rock Hind P173 of the 4th edition of Reef Fish ID. Red Hind, Graysby, and Coney are similar. Those froggys are well camoflaged at OTP and Bonaire and BHB! :bless:

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    So they are groupers but they're never going to be as large as a Nassau or Tiger. Got it. Thanks, Jimw.

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