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PostPosted: 02 Dec 2009, 22:12 
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was flicking some more plastics in geelong and as it got dark i got 2 of these fish. I was very wary of touching it as it had spines everywhere. It even had spines above its mouth like a moustache! sory about the pic as it was dark already. again no idea on the species


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PostPosted: 02 Dec 2009, 23:33 
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Almost looks like a huge Fortescue. Nasty bastards, hurt like anything, used to stand on them all the time while prawning.

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Gymnapistes marmoratus. Also called "Soldier" or "Cobbler".

Unlike the Fortescue, it lacks scales and gets much larger.


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