Spotted bonytongue - Scleropages leichardti

The Spotted Bonytongue - Scleropages leichardti is and Australia freshwater fish species with a very restricted range. They are closely related to the Gulf Saratoga Scleropages jardini.

The Spotted Bonytongue has spots on each scale and fins hence the common name, Spotted Arowana. They are not often eaten but are considered to be a great sportfish. Although there native range is limited to the Fitzroy River system of North Eastern Queensland they have been transferred to other areas due to there sporting abilities.

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