teraglin

teraglin

(təˈræɡlən)
n
(Animals) an edible marine fish, Zeluco atelodus, of Australia which has fine scales and is blue in colour
[from a native Australian language]
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Recreational and commercial fishermen using lines and traps, respectively, reported good catches of the latter two species, plus Australian snapper, teraglin (Sciaenidae), and several other species, from this ship reef during the late 1970's (N.
These include, for example, distinctive headbones of Sciaenidae (Mulloways and Teraglins).