The symbol of the Southern Cross Club is the delicate, graceful juvenile spotted drum. A great find on the reefs of Little Cayman, the juvenile spotted drum “dances” in a figure of eight pattern in hidden coral alcoves. As small as a penny in its initial life cycle, the spotted drum sports a dorsal and tail fin many times longer than it’s entire body. This long silky dorsal and ribbon-like body are striped in a pattern of black and white. As the fish grows, its oversized fins are absorbed into the growing body. The fine stripes are replaced with a less defined pattern with white spots. The adult fish will grow to be several inches long.This rare and delicate species captures the grace and barefoot elegance of the Southern Cross Club.