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Starry Rockfish - Starry rockfish (Sebastes constellatus) are beautiful fish that are colored red-orange with yellow and white spots. They are located from Northern California to Southern Baja California and live exclusively over hard bottoms, around large rocks, or in crevices. Starry rockfish can reach 18 inches in length and can live up to at least 28 years. Their food includes small fish, crabs, shrimp and other small invertebrates. (photo: Daniel Gotshall)


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