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Longray Spiderfish, Bathypterois longifilis (Günther, 1878)
The Longray Spiderfish has tiny needle-like teeth in both jaws. The species occurs in marine waters of Australia and New Zealand.
Latchet, Pterygotrigla polyommata (Richardson, 1839)
The Latchet can be recognised by the pair of long spines on the snout and long colourful pectoral fins.
Spangled Tubeshoulder, Persparsia kopua (Phillipps, 1942)
The tubeshoulders have a shoulder sac which produces a luminous fluid. It has been suggested that this fluid could be ejected to distract an attacking predator in the same way cephalopods squirt ink.
Dorab Wolf Herring, Chirocentrus dorab (Forsskal, 1775)
The Dorab Wolf Herring occurs in tropical and subtropical marine waters and is usually found in inshore waters. It feeds on primarily on fishes although crustaceans, squids and other invertebrates are also eaten.
Common Veilfin, Metavelifer multiradiatus (Regan, 1907)
The Common Veilfin occurs in the Indo-west and Central Pacific. It is a benthic species that occurs in continental shelf waters.
Egg sacs, spiderlings and dispersal
Find out how spiders protect their eggs and how the newly hatched spiders make their way into the world.