EASTERN WIRRAH FACTS
The Eastern Wirrah is yellowish-green fish with lots of small blue spots. The underside is paler. It has fairly large eyes. Juvenile fish are banded. It has three strong spines on the gill covers. The fish is often caught by anglers but is not a good eating fish.
shallow rocky reefs, caves, overhangs, deeper waters to 100m. Juveniles are sometimes found in rock pools.
The Eastern Wirrah is common along the New South Wales coast. It is also found along southern Queensland coast, eastern Victoria, Tasmania and Lord Howe Island.
|Common Name:||Eastern Wirrah|