The Wavy Grubfish has a dark stripe along the upper sides of the body. This endemic species occurs on rocky reefs and sandy and rubbly substrates.
The Wavy Grubfish can be recognised by its white to brown body with a brown to blackish stripe along the upper sides. The species has an elongate body, a long-based soft dorsal fin and a pointed snout.
The species is usually found on rocky reefs and sandy and rubbly substrates.
The species is endemic to Australia, occurring in inshore waters from eastern South Australia to the central coast of Western Australia. The map below shows the Australian distribution of the species based on public sightings and specimens in Australian Museums. Click on the map for detailed information. Source: Atlas of Living Australia.
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