Image: The tail of a Cox's Gudgeon caught in Toongabbie Creek

The tail of a Cox's Gudgeon caught in Toongabbie Creek

The tail of a 12.5 cm long Cox's Gudgeon caught by G. Gowing and D. Kent at a depth of approximately 0.5 m, in a tributary of Toongabbie Creek, Sydney, New South Wales. The fish lived in an aquarium for 19 years. It is now registered in the Australian Museum Fish Collection (I.43966-001).

Photographer:
Amanda Hay
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© Australian Museum

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Tags fish, ichthyology, Cox's Gudgeon, Gobiomorphus coxii,