The Eastern Cleaner-Clingfish is greenish-yellow to orange with scattered spots, ranging from small dark spots to larger red spots. It has iridescent blue streaks or lines along the back and across sides over head and body. Often seen cleaning boxfish, porcupine fish and morwongs.
length to 5.5cm
Adults usually found on kelp where they deposit their eggs. Often seen on ascidians or sponges in deep water.. depth range 3 - 40 m
Southwest Pacific: New South Wales and eastern Victoria, Australia.
|Common Name:||Eastern Cleaner-Clingfish|