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Fourty recreational fishes of Tasmania [picture]
Bib ID 5815561
Format PicturePicture
Description [Hobart, Tas.] : Wild Fisheries Management Branch, [2011] 
1 poster : col. ; 85 x 60 cm. 
Summary

Poster of 40 Tasmanian fishes drawn to scale (to each other), from top to bottom, left to right they are: Skipjack Tuna, Yellowfin tuna, Albacore, Common Jack Makeral, Yellowtail Kingfish, Southern blufin tuna, blue maceral, Sea mullet, Baracotta, black bream, yelloweye mullet, Southern Garfish, Silver Trevally, Snook, Longfin Pike, Eastern Australian Salmon, Blue Warehou, Bluethrought Wrassle (male), Luderick, Magpie Perch, Stripped trumpeter, Lonsnout Boarfish, Jackass Marony, Blue Eyed Trevallor, Common Gurherd Perch, Southern School Whiting, Red Gurhard, Lacnet, Pickwing, Reef ocean perch, tiger flathead, southern Sand Flathead, Longsnout flounder, Green Back Flounder. All appear on a blue background that fades upwards.

Notes

Caption title.

Fish Illustrations by Peter Gouldthorpe.

Logos of State of Tasmania and Fishwise. -- Bottom right.

Subjects Fishes -- Tasmania -- Identification -- Posters.  |  Fishing -- Tasmania -- Posters.  |  Posters, Australian.  |  Australia -- Posters.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Gouldthorpe, Peter  |  Tasmania. Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment. Wild Fisheries Management Branch
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