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Comber - Serranus cabrilla - The guard

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Comber (Serranus cabrilla). Tapered body, slightly compressed, with a pointed head. Reddish-brown to yellow with 7–9 dark vertical bands, crossed in the middle by a horizontal clear stripe, relatively wide, and by other two, thinner, less evident. Lives on muddy bottoms and close to posidonia, down to 500 meters deep. Measures up to 25 cm.