Yellow-striped leatherjacket

The Yellow-striped leatherjacket lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 15 - 50 m environment.

The Yellow-striped Leatherjacket is black-brown to green-brown with a yellow blotch on the caudal peduncle. This blotch often extends forward along the side of the body as a yellow stripe in fish from Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. More

reef leatherjacket, yellow-striped leatherjacket, Port Jackson sharks, one-spot puller, ladder-finned pomfret, blue-striped goatfish, yellowtail, pufferfish, eastern blue devil (very beautiful) as well as the previously mentioned serpent eels. More

Common names

Yellow-striped leatherjacket in English
黃帶似馬面魨 in Mandarin Chinese
黃帶似馬面魨 in Unknown
黄带似马面鲀 in Mandarin Chinese
黄带似马面鲀 in Unknown

Order : Tetraodontiformes
Family : Monacanthidae
Genus : Meuschenia
Species : Meuschenia flavolineata
Authority : Hutchins, 1977