Also known as Cobbler, Estuarine Catfish, Estuary Cobbler, South Australian Catfish, Toothless Catfish.
Found singly, during the day in holes or under ledges, out foraging for food at night over rock, sand and weedy bottoms, in turbid waters of estuaries and bays. They are bottom feeders and use the barbels around their mouth to detect food.
They feed on algae, crustaceans, organic debris, molluscs and worms.
Length - 90cm
Depth - 0-30m
Indo-Pacific - Australia
Catfish have venomous spines in the fins which can inflict painful wounds.
Repeated stings from these catfish may result in death. Ref: https://www.fishbase.se/summary/Cnidoglanis-macrocephalus