Research by marine biologists from Wageningen University has shown that feeding on zooplankton by scleractinian corals has been greatly underestimated.
|Written by Tim Wijgerde|
Odontanthias borbonius (Valenciennes, 1828)
Odontanthias borbonius (syn. Holanthias borbonius, Serranus borbonius) is found in the Indo-Pacific, from South Africa to Palau, north to Japan and south to Indonesia. It inhabits waters at a depth range of 92 - 300 m, usually 200 - 300 m.