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Fivebar Flagtail, Kuhlia mugil (Bloch & Schneider, 1801)
The Fivebar Flagtail can be recognised by body shape and colouration. The five dark bars on the caudal fin give the fish its common name. The species occurs throughout the Indo-Pacific.
Crimsontip Gudgeon from Iluka Marina
Crimsontip Gudgeon, Butis butis
Cowtail Stingray, Pastinachus ater (Macleay, 1883)
Not surprisingly, the Cowtail Stingray's name refers to its unusual tail. The species is common in inshore tropical waters, venturing into estuaries and sometimes freshwater. They tend to be inquisitive and approach closely if fish have been speared.