The Blue Striped Grunt is a subtropical perciform fish belonging to the family Haemulidae. It was first described by the English naturalist George Shaw in 1803.
Specie identified by Tony Rath
They are called Blue Striped Grunts because they have blue stripes up and down their bodies. They make a grunting noise, a sound produced when grinding the pharyngeal teeth deep within its throat. The air bladder, acting as a resonator, amplifies this sound