Blue-striped Grunt In Selective Color by ©Dawne M. Dunton
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Ripley’s Aquarium in Myrtle Beach, SC

In Selective Color

The common fish name “grunt” is derived from the grunt-like sound produced when it grinds the teeth deep within its throat. The sound is amplified by the taut air bladder that acts as a resonator. Grunts are closely related to snappers, but are generally smaller and have deeply notched tails.

The head and body of the bluestriped grunt are yellow with narrow horizontal blue stripes. There is also a stripe with a distinctive arch under each eye. The spiny dorsal fin is yellow while the soft dorsal and caudal fins are dark and the anal fin is dusky yellow in color. The pelvic and pectoral fins are chalky in color. The inside lining of the mouth of the bluestriped grunt is a bright red.

My name is Dawne Dunton, I’ll be honest and say I can’t really call myself an artist or a professional photographer. I’ve never taken a class, I’m purely an amateur that wants to be more. I take photos of just about everything that catches my eye, and I mean everything. Some of my photos may be odd to you, but I like the odd. I hope you enjoy what I see!!

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  • vic321
    vic321almost 2 years ago

    Wonderful :)

  • Thank you!

    – ©Dawne M. Dunton

  • rosaliemcm
    rosaliemcmalmost 2 years ago

    so cool…good job!

  • Thank you very much!

    – ©Dawne M. Dunton

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