Weedy Seadragon

Weedy Seadragon

Weedy seadragons are generally solitary, but pairing and groupings of 20-40 have been observed in the Sydney area and in southern New South Wales.

Most of the time, weedy seadragons are solitary, and are observed on their own or in pairs. However, larger grouping has been observed.

In the Sydney area and in southern New South Wales, aggregations of between 20 and 40 seadragons have been observed, respectively.


Image | © Anne Petersen, Some Rights Reserved (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
Sources | (Dawson, 1985; Frostic, 2000; Pollom, 2017; Sanchez-Camara, Booth, Murdoch, Watts, & Turon, 2006)

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