Two-lined monocle bream

Two-Lined Monocle Bream

Two-lined monocle bream

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The two-lined monocle bream, Scolopsis bilineata, is a bream or spinecheek of the family Nemipteridae found across the Indo West Pacific oceans. It is also known as the twolined spinecheek.

The two-lined monocle bream can reach a maximum length of 23cm. There are some variations between the Indian and Pacific ocean species. The Pacific variety has yellow stripes and dorsal fins, whereas the Indian ocean variety lacks the yellow color.Upper portion of the body is grey and the lower portion white.

They inhabite tropical reefs and are frequently spotted by divers. They feed on small fish and benthic invertebrates.

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