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Despite being the largest reef-dwelling fish in the world, the Queensland grouper (Epinephelus lanceolatus) is rarely seen in the wild. Juveniles are characterised by dark spots and a banded pattern, whilst adults are mottled brownish to dark grey, a colouration which provides good camouflage in the reef habitat. The Queensland groper has a stocky body and rounded tail, and is often seen either resting motionless on the bottom or hovering in mid-water.