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  1. species: Trygonorrhina dumerilii (Castelnau, 1873) – Magpie Fiddler Ray

    Magpie Fiddler Ray, Banjo Shark, Magpie Ray, Southern Fiddler Ray, Green Skate, Fiddler Ray, Dumeril's Shovelnose-Ray, Parrit, Paritt, Fiddler, Southern Fiddler

    Kingdom: ANIMALIA

  2. Site Page: The South Australian Museum and the Fiddler Rays: A taxonomic riddler – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 10th September 2015 The striking black and white patterned Magpie Fiddler Ray, has been long listed as one of South Australia’s rarest fishes, but there has always been doubt that this was a separate species from the more common and widespread sandy and brown coloured Southern Fiddler Ray. The colours and patterns were clearly different, but with just two other minor differences in their appearance, the scientific community had its doubts...

  3. genus: Trygonorrhina Müller & Henle, 1838

    Kingdom: ANIMALIA

  4. species: Limnodynastes dumerilii Peters, 1863 – Banjo Frog

    Banjo Frog, Eastern Banjo Frog

    Kingdom: ANIMALIA

  5. species: Tylocarcinus dumerilii (H. Milne Edwards, 1834)

    Kingdom: ANIMALIA

  6. species: Proleptus trygonorrhinae Johnston & Mawson, 1943

    Kingdom: ANIMALIA

  7. subspecies: Limnodynastes dumerilii dumerilii Peters, 1863 – Pobblebonk Frog

    Kingdom: ANIMALIA

  8. species: Cantherhines dumerilii (Hollard, 1854) – Barred Leatherjacket

    Barred Leatherjacket, Dumeril's Leatherjacket, Whitespotted Filefish, Yelloweye Leatherjacket

    Kingdom: ANIMALIA

  9. species: Seriola dumerili (Risso, 1810) – Samsonfishes

    Samsonfishes, Amberjack, Greater Amberjack, Allied Kingfish, Samson Fish

    Kingdom: ANIMALIA

  10. species: Trygonorrhina fasciata Müller & Henle, 1841 – Eastern Fiddler Ray

    Eastern Fiddler Ray, Fiddler, Banjo Shark, Magpie Ray, Parrit, Green Skate, Dumeril's Shovelnose-Ray, Fiddler Ray, Paritt

    Kingdom: ANIMALIA