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    hey everyone i need help identifying this species of fish, i think it may be a species of goby. he was caught in west lakes.

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  • #2
    you're going to have to reload the link for the image because it doesn't work.

    just copy and paste the link into the post and we can go to photobucket to view the image.

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    • #3
      http://i1266.photobucket.com/albums/...gj0tx.jpg.html

      A gudgeon of some kind is my guess
      Read this very helpful thread on BSS .
      No pictures on your BSS advert? Then be prepared for it to be deleted ( read the rules )

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      • #4
        Kind of looks like this fish - "Flathead Gudgeon, Philypnodon grandiceps" - http://fishesofaustralia.net.au/home/species/56

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        • #5
          how big is the fish and did you catch it in fresh, salt or brackish water? And do you have the name of the waterway you got it from?

          Looks a lot like a goby but need another picture of the side view and if possible showing the pelvic fins and tail.

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          • #6
            looks like a baby flathead, considering westlakes is salt water i think that's more likely
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