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Since we care for species protection, our frames bear the names of endangered species.
The giant sepia is mainly caught as bycatch in crab fisheries and by fishing trawlers. It is also frequently speared by divers or caught with hook lines. It is therefore regularly found at regional fish markets on the south coast of Australia.
stony reefs, sea grasses, sandy muddy seabed at a depth of about 100 meters
South Australia and Western and Eastern Australia south of 23° latitude
Endangerment increasing IUCN Red List
No total stock figures known due to lack of data basis