One of the few Epaulette sharks (Hemiscyllium) not living solely off Indonesia is the Speckled carpetshark (Hemiscyllium trispeculare). Discovered a few years after its sister species, the Indonesian speckled carpetshark, this species can be found off northern Australia and possibly off Indonesia, too.

Like all sharks of the family bamboo sharks (longtail carpet sharks or Hemiscylliidae), this species is oviparous, that means females lay egg cases. Due to large marine protected areas, the habitat of this little (up to 31 in -79 cm- long) reef shark is mostly secure, thus the Speckled Carpetshark is considered of least concern by the IUCN.

Sources: here, here and here