The blue bone is a predatory species found in the waters off the coast of Broome, Western Australia. It is known for its vibrant blue color, with a solid blue top and a white underbelly. The average weight for male blue bones is around 2 kg, while female blue bones can weigh up to 4 kg. The average length for male blue bones is about 60 cm, with females reaching up to 70 cm in length. These fish can be found in the deeper waters surrounding Broome, where they inhabit rocky and coral reefs.