Blue Eyes

Blue-eyes (Pseudomugilidae) are a small family comprising around 18 species in three genera. They are found in freshwater rivers and swamps, and brackish estuaries along the eastern coast of Australia, from southern New South Wales to northern Queensland, across the Northern Territory to northern Western Australia and coastal areas in southern New Guinea, plus almost all the surrounding offshore islands.
  • Pseudomugil The blue-eyes are related to the rainbowfishes. They inhabit fresh and brackish water in Australia and New Guinea.
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  • Kiunga Kiunga is a genus of blue-eyes endemic to Papua New Guinea. Currently only two fish are described for this genus.
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  • Scaturiginichthys The Red-finned Blue-eye (Scaturiginichthys vermeilipinnis) is the only species in its genus. It is endemic to Central Queensland in Australia.
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