Other eel species
Snake-like body with a small head, jaws reaching well past the eye. Body colouration; uniform silver or yellowish to dark brown, becoming paler.
Northeastern Australian coastal drainages, from Cape york to Mackay. Prefer coastal lagoons and the lower reaches of rivers.
Commonly caught at 60 cm maximum size 110cm
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