Franko's St. Martin lsland, Map & Reef Creatures Guide Fish ID-Card)
Side 1 shows a min-map of St. Martin Island with 29+ of its best diving and snorkeling spots located. Map shows City of Marigot, main towns, along with roads and many tourist favorite locations. Side 2 of Franko's St. Martin Island Reef Creatures Fish ID-Card and Mini-Map is the fish side. Well over 100+ species of fish are arrayed on this (H x L) 5.5" x 8.5" (14cm x 21.6cm) card in an underwater, coral reef setting. Note that the card is sized just right for 3-ring binder-type dive logs. Divers who keep dive log booklets can put this card into their log book to keep track of where they've been, plus what species of fish they've seen. The extensive list of fish and other coral reef creatures found on this card is as follows:
They include Turtles, Sharks Rays, Reef Butterfly Fish, Blue Angelfish, Juvenile Blue Angelfish, Queen Angelfish, Juvenile Queen Angelfish, Damselfish, Porcupine Fish, Jaw Fish, Horse-Eye Jack, Sea Anemone, Spotted Scorpion Fish, Spiny Lobster, Cushion Sea Star, Sea Horse, Blue Tang, Juvenile Blue Tang, Squirrelfish, Smooth Trunkfish, Garden Eel, Tobacco Fish, White Grunt, Blue Chromis, Tarpon, Bermuda Chub, Coney, Tiger Grouper, Triggerfish, Black Durgon, Ocean Triggerfish, Queen Triggerfish, Banded Butterfly Fish, Spot Fin Butterfly Fish, Pudding Wife, Beaugregory, Spanish Lobster, Midnight Parrotfish, Balloon Fish, High Hat, Mountainous Star Coral, Arrow Crab, Branching Vase Sponge, Sea Cucumber, Sand Diver, Green Razor Fish, Filefish, Trumpet Fish, Queen Parrotfish, Rainbow Parrotfish, Blue Parrotfish, Sergeant Major, White-Spotted Filefish, Barred Hamlet, Spotted Trunkfish, Honeycomb Cowfish, Four Eye Butterfly Fish, Scrawled Filefish, Grey Snapper, Stoplight Parrotfish, Princess Parrotfish, Black Grouper, Spanish Hogfish, Great Barracuda, Graysby, Hogfish, Clown Wrasse, Yellow Head Wrasse, Blue Head Wrasse, Red Hind, Brown Chromis, Stag Horn Coral, Long-Spine Sea Urchin, Peacock Flounder, Yellow Tube Sponge, Sheet Coral, Fire Coral, Sea Fan, Green Moray Eel, Spotted Moray Eel, Coral Crab, Brain Coral and more.
These Caribbean fishes are beautiful, and this fish card makes it easy for the scuba diver or snorkeler to identify many of the most common ones. Franko wishes you the best of times next time you are in the Bahamas, snorkeling or scuba diving for a face-to-face encounter with the wonderful and colorful reef creatures identified on your Franko's St. Martin Island Reef Creatures Guide. Please buy a few for your friends too! Great Christmas stocking stuffers! Card is printed on laminated plastic so that it is stiff, shiny and waterproof. It has a hole for a lanyard, so you can actually take it diving or snorkeling. Card makes a great gift idea.