sweetlip

sweetlip

(ˈswiːtˌlɪp)
n
any of various Australian fish with large lips
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You had as good be kinder to me, Sweetlips,' said Hugh.
Like with any luxury service, it's the small details that count, and at Halaveli's spa the 'small detail' is the incredible glass floor beneath the treatment room, allowing guests to watch tropical sweetlip and bluestripe snapper fish swim by as they drift asleep during their massage.
Diners can expect a mixture of Junoon signature dishes along with locally inspired creations which include: sordid sweetlip fish tadka - curry leaf tadka (spices fried in hot oil, added on top of the fish), grapefruit, crispy dulse and sea urchin; mutton rose bryani - mutton kofta with saffron, mint and rose; and for dessert, chocolate date - milk chocolate parfait, date cake, hibiscus puree, chilli glass and braised dates.
09 (male to female) was reported by Al-Ogaily and Hussain (1990) for the trout sweetlip grunt Plectorhynchus pictus.
There are Allard's clownfish, dusky parrotfish, fairy basslet, checkerboard wrasse, sphinx goby, black-saddled leopardgrouper, yellowtail sailfin tang, oriental sweetlip, sunburst butterflyfish, yellow-blotch spinefoot, not to mention those reef sharks, which look like scaled-down versions of the more dangerous thing, and elegant, mysterious rays that swoop under the jetties of an evening.
The main target species were Australian snaper, tusk fish (Labridae), and sweetlip (Lethrinidae) (Sanders, 1974).
Biology and assessment of the painted sweetlips (Diagramma pictum (Thunberg, 1792)) and the spangled emperor (Lethrinus nebulosus (Forsskal, 1775)) in the southern Arabian Gulf.
Some of the marine species that have made the new coral their home include an octopus, angel fish, yellow-spotted boxfish, different species of prawn and shrimps, Painted Sweetlips, orange-spotted grouper and surgeon fish.
09 (male to female) obtained for trout sweetlips grunt Plectorhynchus pictus by Al-Ogaily and Hussain [30] is similar to the values obtained in this present study.
Diving into those clear waters I witness an aquarium on the house reef, as bi-coloured parrotfish mingle with emperor angelfish, stripy Oriental sweetlips share space with bright orange clownfish.
Global connect Majors and the other eight volunteers, including Omani, German, Japanese, Hungarian and British nationals, each of whom paid to be a part of the expedition, spent the first couple of days being trained as reef checkers, which included learning what "indicator species" to look for, including fish such as Snapper, Butterfly fish, Sweetlips, Grouper, Parrot fish, Moray eels and several others, and invertebrates like urchins, clams and lobsters.
Schools of coral and blue groupers zoom past as leopard-print Andaman sweetlips munch on floating plankton, like a large family sitting down to a communal meal.