two Moorish Idols in Jervis Bay
This was foul hooked about 20mtrs down in 150mtrs of water while fishing for mahi-mahi
A pair seen in Kiama ocean rockpool on 18-04-2015. They were near the surface but staying close to floating weed. One captured with an aquarium dipnet and photographed in a glass vase
Shell Harbour , NSW, 2015-04-11 Doubleheader, Coris bulbifrons
Australian fishers, divers and beachcombers have shared on Redmap more than 1270 sightings of marine life they considered uncommon to their local seas. More than a quarter of the confirmed sightings were out of their usual home range; and many more were valuable observations of elusive or poorly-documented species. And, divers appeared to be the most enthusiastic reporters to Redmap! Here is a snapshot of Redmap's citizen science data, including the Top 3 sightings in each state...
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