Polyprion americanus. The Atlantic fish of many names: in French it’s usually a cernier, but can be a cabot de bosques, mérou de bosques, or mérou fanfré because it looks rather like a merou (grouper).
It hangs around reefs and shipwrecks, can live up to 90 years and grow up to nearly 7ft long. It is increasingly marketed in English-speaking countries as the nicer sounding stone bass or bass grouper...confusing it with the meagre, or maigre, which is also sold as stone bass.
Image by Fernando Losada Rodríguez