One of the larger in this family it has symmetrically placed dorsal and anal fins, a grey body, yellow markings on the lower lip, and two faint bands on the sides of the body.
It is sometimes caught by line and is considered good eating by some
Can be confused with Silver Sweep, Scorpis lineolata also note that some refernce this in the family of Kyphosidae(Sea Chubs)
What habitats does Scorpis aequipinnis live in?
In open water, most commonly in shallow turbulent areas beside reefs
What is the distribution of Scorpis aequipinnis?
Southern Australia From WA to NSW including Tasmania
How big does Scorpis aequipinnis grow?
Can grow up to around 56cm
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