Image: Pinkbreast Siphonfish, Siphamia roseigaster
A Pinkbreast Siphonfish caught at a depth of 6 m, Iluka Marina on the north side of the Clarence River, New South Wales, 6 December 2002.
- Mark McGrouther
- © Australian Museum
The silver-coloured organ on the ventral surface contains bacteria that can emit light.
The specimen is now registered in the Australian Museum fish collection (AMS I.41858-011).
Gomon, M.F., Bray, D. & R.H. Kuiter (Eds). 2008. The Fishes of Australia's Southern Coast. Reed New Holland. Pp. 928.