Scientific Name
Orectolobus leptolineatus
Orectolobus leptolineatus細線鬚鯊
by: Lab of Fish Ecol. and Evo., BRCAS
Author Last, Pogonoski &White, 2010 Depth 0 - 100M
Chinese 細線鬚鯊 Poisonous Fish No 
Family_Chinese 鬚鯊科 Economic Fish Yes 
Family F011 Orectolobidae Edible Fish Yes  Chinese In Mainland China 細線鬚鯊 
Max Length 120 cm  Aquarium Fish Yes  Common Name 細線鬚鮫、豆腐鯊、虎沙、破皮沙(澎湖) 
Distribution in World Australia   Distribution in Taiwan PonFu 
Habitats Ocean、Deep Sea、Coastal  Holotype Locality Kedonganan fish market, Bali, Indonesia 
Synonyms Squalus appendiculatus, Squalus barbatus, Squalus labiatus, Squalus lobatus, Squalus maculatus   
Reference 1. Last, P. R. , J. J. Pogonoski & W. T. White. 2010. A new wobbegong shark, Orectolobus leptolineatus sp nov. (Orectolobiformes: Orectolobidae), from the west central Pacific. In: Descriptions of new sharks and rays from Borneo [ref. 30846]. CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research Paper No. 032: 1-16;2. Ebert, D. A. , W. T. White, H. C. Ho, P. R. Last, K. Nakaya, B. Séret, N. Straube, G. J. P. Naylor & M. R. C. de Carvalho. 2013. An annotated checklist of the chondrichthyans of Taiwan. Zootaxa 3752 (no. 1): 279-386.  Compagno, L.J.V. 1984 Compagno, L.J.V. 1984 沈世傑 編 Shih-Chieh Shen ed. 1993 朱元鼎, 孟慶聞 等編 2001 
Specimen List
Common Name Indonesian wobbegong 
Redlist Status NT IUCN Redlist: Lower Risk/near threatened(NT)  2003-04-30   
Characteristic Body depressed, head and snout broad, flattened. Eyes small, with tubercles along upper eyelid. Spiracle large, behind and below eye. Gill openings small, 3rd -5th above pectoral fin base. Head with 8-10 dermal lobes below and in front of eye on each side. Nasal barbells with a few basal branches. No dermal tubercles or ridges on back. Origin of 1st dorsal fin about over last third of pelvic base. First dorsal fin height about equal to its base length. Interspace between dorsal fins longer than inner margin of 1st dorsal, and about half length of dorsal base. Colour brownish, with numerous white spots and marking, white blotch behind spiracle. Lower surfaces uniformly pale.
habitats An abundant, temperate to tropical, inshore bottom shark species. Ovoviviparous, with large number of young per litter. Maximum total length about 320 cm. Size of maturity at about 60 cm TL. Size at birth estimated to be about 21 cm. 
Distribution Western Pacific including Japan, South China Sea, Australia, 
Utility Usually caught by bottom longlines and trawls. Some are taken by divers with spears. Utilized for human consumption.