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Whitebarred Goby, Amblygobius phalaena (Valenciennes, 1837)
The Whitebarred Goby is greenish brown above and pale below. The species occurs in shallow marine waters of the Indo-Pacific.
Common Coral Trout, Plectropomus leopardus (Lacépède, 1802)
Colouration of the Common Coral Trout can vary with time of day, the surrounding habitat and the type of activity the fish is pursuing. The Common Coral Trout is usually red to greenish brown.
Salamanderfish, Lepidogalaxias salamandroides Mees, 1961
The Salamanderfish is an elongate species with a cylindrical body and reddish eyes. It is greenish-brown above and pale below. It has dark blotches and silver speckles on the sides of the body. It grows to about 7 cm in length. Males are smaller than females.
Mangrove Jack, Lutjanus argentimaculatus (Forsskål, 1775)
The Mangrove Jack is greenish brown to reddish. In Australia it is known from the central coast of Western Australia, around the tropical north of the country and south to the central coast of New South Wales.
Spotted Scat, Scatophagus argus (Linnaeus, 1766)
The Spotted Scat is greenish, brown or silvery to golden on the sides with brown to reddish-brown spots. The species lives in freshwater, inshore and estuarine waters, often in mangrove areas.
Spotted Wobbegong, Orectolobus maculatus (Bonnaterre, 1788)
The Spotted Wobbegong has a pattern of dark saddles, white o-shaped spots and white blotches. The species is widely distributed in subtropical and temperate Australian waters.
Saw-tooth Moray, Gymnothorax prionodon Ogilby, 1895
The Saw-tooth Moray has a low dorsal fin, deep grooves in the opercular region and a swollen appearance behind the eyes. The species occurs in warm temperate marine waters of Australia, Japan, Taiwan and New Zealand.
Threadfin Leatherjacket, Paramonacanthus filicauda (Günther, 1880)
Thousands of juvenile Threadfin Leatherjackets washed up on New South Wales beaches in May and June 2004. Mass kills of this species have been recorded in New South Wales and Queensland in previous years.
Flathead Gudgeon, Philypnodon grandiceps (Krefft, 1864)
The Flathead Gudgeon is a common freshwater fish of eastern Australia. The standard name refers to its broad, flattened head.
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