By Mario AnzuoniThe Cali Black Sea bass, or Calysticus californicus, is a common species of bass in Southern California, and the only black sea to occur in the United States.
It’s commonly referred to as “the black-tailed finfish”.
The species has been known to occur on the California coast since the 16th century, and was one of the first to be recognized by the American Society for the Study of the Fisheries of California.
It was first recorded in the San Joaquin Valley, about 100 miles south of San Francisco, by 1869.
This is the first time we’ve seen a California Black Sea Black Bass in person.
It has a dark green body and a yellow head, which looks like a fish tail.
In the wild, it can grow to nearly 30 feet long and weigh up to a tonne.
Black Sea Bass live in shallow water, and often use a combination of rock and silt to build their homes.
The species has also been observed eating small fish such as shrimps and clams, as well as squid.
It feeds primarily on anchovies, crab, mussels, clams and mussels with shellfish.
Black sea bass can be found in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, with the most common species being the Pacific Black Sea (Phoca vitulina).
Its name comes from the Latin word for “black”, and its distinctive coloration is a dark yellow.
The California Black Seas Black Bass is found in a range of habitats, from rocky sandbars and coastal marshes to sandy, freshwater streams.
It prefers to inhabit coastal areas, especially areas that are close to coastlines, or along the coast.
Black Seas Black Basses are known for their excellent camouflage.
They use a mix of scales and hairs to cover their body, and are often seen swimming along the bottom of rocky beaches.
This gives the species a distinctive appearance, as does the fact that they are capable of swimming over rocky outcrops and down small channels.
Black seas bass have been found to be very sensitive to light and sound, so it’s recommended to keep them away from bright lights and sounds, and to keep your aquarium as dark as possible.
Black seas bass can also be a problem in older tanks if their tank is not kept in a dark, cool environment.