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Atypichthys strigatus

Edited screen shot from Woodbridge School Marine Discovery Centre baited camera under Woodbridge jetty.

Weight 0.010kg
Depth 3m
Atypichthys strigatus

About this species

These can be identified by brown stripes running horizontally along the length of their silvery-white body (longitudinal stripes). They also have yellow fins (dorsal, anal and caudal).The mado is found in the Bass Strait and down the east coast to the Tasman Peninsula.Log it if you spot it south of Tasman Peninsula and off the western and southern coasts – or directly off the mid north coast. Read more…

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