Sharpsnout Bream Diplodus puntazzo

Sharpsnout Bream
Sharpsnout Bream
The Sharpsnout Bream, also Sharpsnout Seabream, is native to the eastern Atlantic from Spain to West Africa including the Mediterranean and Black Seas and the Cape Verde and Canary Islands.
Sharpsnout Bream
Sharpsnout Bream
Sharpsnout Bream
It's a gregarious species, associating with tis own kind, other breams and other fish. It grows to 50-60cm.
Sharpsnout Bream
Sharpsnout Bream
Sharpsnout Bream
Centre above: the Sharpsnout's snout, right, compared with the Zebra Seabream's mouth/snout, left.
Sharpsnout Bream
Sharpsnout Bream
Sharpsnout Bream
It has a striped body and a black spot before the tail. Above centre: the sharp teeth.
Sharpsnout Bream
Sharpsnout Bream
Sharpsnout Bream
Diet includes seaweed, molluscs and crustaceans.