Hemiscyllium henryi, the Triton epaulette shark or Henry's epaulette shark, is a species of bamboo shark in the family Hemiscylliidae. Together with H. galei, it was only scientifically described in 2008. At present, H. henryi is only known from depths of 3 to 30 metres (9.8 to 98.4 ft) at reefs near Triton Bay on the southern coast of West Papua, Indonesia. It reaches a length of 81.5 centimetres (32.1 in), and is covered in numerous fine black spots. It has large, "double" spot on the side behind the pectoral fins.
- Michael, S. (May 13, 2008). New Epaulette Walking Sharks! Retrieved August 30, 2011.
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