Data from: Red fluorescence of the triplefin Tripterygion delaisi is increasingly visible against background light with increasing depth

Pierre-Paul Bitton, Ulrike K. Harant, Roland Fritsch, Connor M. Champ, Shelby E. Temple & Nico K. Michiels
The light environment in water bodies changes with depth due to the absorption of short and long wavelengths. Below 10 m depth, red wavelengths are almost completely absent rendering any red-reflecting animal dark and achromatic. However, fluorescence may produce red coloration even when red light is not available for reflection. A large number of marine taxa including over 270 fish species are known to produce red fluorescence, yet it is unclear under which natural light...
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