This is my entrant in the "How many different species of rockfish can you fit in
a single photograph?" competition. I think there are five different members of
the genus Sebastes here. That is, blue (S. mystinus), kelp (S.
atrovirens), copper (S. caurinus), black and yellow (S.
chrysomelas) and the fairly uncommon, at least for the Monterey area, brown
(S. auriculatus). There are actually two specimens each of the last two
species, but all four fish are fairly well hidden.
"Tanker Reef", Monterey Bay, California
July 23, 2006