Argyrosomus japonicus or hololepidotus
Mulloway are mostly silver with a blue/grey, green, or bronze coloured back. They possess a line of silver/white spots that follow the lateral line and sometimes have a black mark at the pectoral fin base.
Maximum of approximately 60 kg and a length of 1.8 m.
Mulloway are found in coastal waters from Rockhampton in Queensland to North West Cape, Western Australia (excluding Tasmania).
Teraglin. The end of the Mulloway's caudal fin is convex (rounded), whereas the caudal fin of Teraglin is concave.