Phyllopteryxm Weedy Seadragon - Weedy Seadragon is a cousin to the more showy leafy seadragon. Weedy seadragons are protected by the Australian government due to illegal collectors that have threatened the population. Theyare now listed as “endangered.
A male weedy sea dragon with its bride’s eggs nestled in specialized ‘cups’ on his tail. A close relative to the sea horse, the Sea Dragon, Phyllopteryx Taeniolatus, can be found in Australia (preferably in areas with more kelp).
Common Cleanerfish, Labroides dimidiatus - A cleaner wrasse with a pale head, a blue tail and posterior body and a broad black stripe along the sides. Juveniles are black with a neon blue stripe. Adult Common Cleanerfish are mimiced by the False Cleanerfish, Aspidontus taeniatus.