What wildlife could be expected to develop on the ex-HMAS Adelaide scuba dive wreck near Terrigal and Avoca beaches?

The environmental reports that examined the affect of the sinking of the ex-HMAS Adelaide off Avoca beach on the NSW Central Coast as a recreational dive wreck examined the fish of sandy areas and fish of rocky areas close to the wreck.

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Sepia apama - Giant Australian Cuttlefish. Courtesy of Flickr member Flashard66

The fish of sandy areas were examined in an earlier post, but this post examines the fish that may occur on the wreck of the ex-HMAS Adelaide after scuttling off Avoca Beach. The information has been taken from the Flora and Fauna report conducted as part of the scuttling of the ex-HMAS Adelaide environmental assessment by Cardno Ecology Lab.

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