24 Août 2012
The marbled grouper (Epinephelus polyphekadion) is a solitary fish commonly referred as the hapu’u in the Maori language. It is easily recognizable by its brown colored “camouflage stripes” with many white and beige flecks. The marbled grouper has a stocky body that can measure 3 fts. It is one of the largest species of grouper.