Sharpsnout seabream


Its scientific name is Diplodus puntazzo (Cetti, 1777) and it belongs to the Sparidae family. It resembles the white seabream or “Sargo”/”Sarago” with which they are “cousins.” It can reach a length of 60 centimeters and a weight of 1.5 to 2 kilos.

It is a benthopelagic species – that is, a fish that lives near the seabed in open waters, on stony floors and in depths from 0 to 150 m. It is met more rarely in lagoons and vivaria. It is a fairly gregarious species since it forms fairly large shoals; however, it is often met alone or in smaller groups. It feeds on seaweed, worms, smaller molluscs, and shrimp.

300/400 gr
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