Painted Wall

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Basic Painted Wall informations

Dive depth

Dive depth: 15 - 25m (49 - 82ft)

Visibility

Visibility: 20m (66ft) and sometimes over >30m (100ft)

Water temperature

Water temperature: 26 - 29℃ (79 - 84℉)

Current

Current: slight - moderate

Dive type

Dive type: reef and wall

Difficulty level

Difficulty: beginner divers
Dive operator: Belize Aggressor III

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  • French angelfish

    Spanish: Cachama negra, Banderita, Chivirica francesa, Gallineta negra, Isabelita negra, Manai colador

    Occurrence:

    11-40%

    Number:

    1-3

    Length: 28 - 41cmFound at depth: 3 - 100m, max. reported depth: 100m, usually 3 - 37m

  • Gray angelfish

    Spanish: Cachama blanca, Chivirica gris, Gallineta café, Guinea, Isabelita blanca, Manai oscuro

    Occurrence:

    1-10%

    Number:

    1-3

    Length: 45 - 60cmWeight: 2kgFound at depth: 2 - 30m

    Status: LC - Least Concern

  • Caribbean reef shark (Reef shark)

    Spanish: Cabeza dura, Cazón de arrecife, Tiburón coralino, Tiburón tollo, Tollo

    Occurrence:

    1-10%

    Number:

    1-3

    Length: 2 - 2.5m, max. reported length: 3mMax. weight: 70kgFound at depth: 3 - 30m, max. reported depth: 378m

    Status: NT - Near ThreatenedDanger: Aggressive in the presence of food

Basic Painted Wall informations

Dive depth

Dive depth: 15 - 25m (49 - 82ft)

Visibility

Visibility: 20m (66ft) and sometimes over >30m (100ft)

Water temperature

Water temperature: 26 - 29℃ (79 - 84℉)

Current

Current: slight - moderate

Dive type

Dive type: reef and wall

Difficulty level

Difficulty: beginner divers
Dive operator: Belize Aggressor III

Painted Wall description

Painted Wall basic informations

There are many clusters of small painted tunicates, within the depths of 40 - 70’. These walls have shallows inhabited by species of parrot fish, black durgeon, queen trigger fish, and many more. The sheer walls begin around 25’ and are overhung in many places with black coral trees and rope sponges covered with light bulb tunicates.

Marine life (6 registered species)