Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Common Bullseye

The Common Bullseye is, as its name suggests, extremely common on the offshore reefs around Perth. They normally congregate in large shoals and just hang in the water together in caves and hollows in the reefs. They lazily move when a diver approaches and reform behind when the way is clear - they never seem topanic or hurry!! This one was on its own and allowed me to get a close-up shot.


  1. 'You lookin' at me'!! Tigerfish..??

  2. Now somehow that comment above just seems silly haha! Beautifully clear image of the Bullseye, it's silvery scales make it anything but common.