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The silhouettes of the amberjacks on the prowl with the moving anchovies create a beautiful atmosphere only ruined by the platoon of scorpion fish trying to take advantage of the confusion.

 

If only 10 years ago you had written that this was a Mediterranean scene they would have laughed at you.

 

Poor Mediterranean Sea.

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On 5/27/2024 at 11:23 AM, Davide DB said:

The silhouettes of the amberjacks on the prowl with the moving anchovies create a beautiful atmosphere only ruined by the platoon of scorpion fish trying to take advantage of the confusion.

 

If only 10 years ago you had written that this was a Mediterranean scene they would have laughed at you.

 

Poor Mediterranean Sea.

Excatly

May be 7  8 years ago when it started to be seen at Turkey seas      (East Mediterranean Turkish Coast even  earlier) We saw one in three tunnels diving point in  Fethiye(where  Mediterranean joins with Aegean sea)  where i live.  So to that point all the dive centers started tours  just to see one lionfish in Mediterranean.

Now last year even an UN supported lionfish hunting project had been occured. Who hunted the most amount ,  Who hunted the biggest ,  and who hunted the smallest lionfish were awarded by a go pro 10 or 11 i think

 

So they are increasing so quickly

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Yes, there is now a huge bibliography on the subject. Scorpionfish are also spotted now all over southern Italy and I expect them to go up to the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Not to mention the fireworms (Hermodice carunculata) that have now arrived in Tuscany and beyond.

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On 5/29/2024 at 4:44 PM, Davide DB said:

Yes, there is now a huge bibliography on the subject. Scorpionfish are also spotted now all over southern Italy and I expect them to go up to the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Not to mention the fireworms (Hermodice carunculata) that have now arrived in Tuscany and beyond.

Fireworms terrible here under every stone may be. They eat all the dead things but not leaving anything to othes

What about puffer fish torquigener flavimaculosus Do you see them. They are increasing so fast here...

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