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This is a large surface species of temperate seas of Australia and New Zealand. It arrives in the Fiordland region around December and moves both east and west coasts mostly along the edge of the continental shelf.
Another cosomopolitan species of cool tropical warm temperate seas. It is found right around our coastline in summer.
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A few metres down to about 240 metres on any kind of ground. It is subject to heavy fishing pressure and is now more abundant in deeper water.
Colour very variable - sea-run fish olive on back, silvery on side, whitish on belly with indistinct spots.