English: Barred Sand Bass, Sand Bass
Spanish: Cabrilla de Arena, Cabrilla de Roca
The body of the barred sand bass is rather elongate and compressed. The mouth is large and the lower jaw protrudes slightly. The color is gray white on the back, white on the belly and there are dark vertical bars on the sides.
This fish species reaches a maximum of 25.5 inches and 8 pounds and is found at the sand-rocky reef interface up to 600 feet deep (but most commonly between 10 and 120 feet) in the water column.