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Discover the striking yet harmful lionfish captured in a unique Gyotaku print. Learn about its invasive nature and potential hazards, showcasing the need for awareness and conservation.


About the original print

Shipped from the Caribbean side of Costa Rica (already dead) to Quepos on a cooler. This is how I got to print this invase, challenging, spiny and venomous fish. Quite a lot of detail added after the print was done.

Adrià Bosch

About this species

Lionfish, native to the Indo-Pacific region, have become a concerning invasive species in Atlantic waters due to accidental or deliberate releases. Their striking appearance, with vibrant stripes and elaborate fins, conceals a danger. They are voracious predators, consuming a wide range of smaller fish and invertebrates, disrupting the ecological balance. Equipped with venomous spines, their sting can cause severe pain, swelling, and, in rare cases, allergic reactions in humans. Lionfish, with their rapid reproduction rates and lack of natural predators in invaded areas, pose a significant threat to native marine life and ecosystems.


Additional information

Print Size

10×8 inches, 15×12 inches, 20×16 inches, 28×22.5 inches, 46×37 inches


Artist Canvas, Artist Matte Paper


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