Longfin bonefish

The Longfin bonefish lives in the bathydemersal, marine, depth range 20 - 500 m , usually 100 - 400 m environment.

commonly known as the longfin bonefish, resides in thin water near outlets around high islands in the western Atlantic and eastern Pacific. Pterothrissus belloci lives in only deep water and humans rarely ever encounter it. More

salted minces from longfin bonefish were lighter in color than those from bigeye grunt and color values were not significantly influenced by the salt level used in the preparation. More

Common names

African gissu in English
Banane à longues nageoires in French (français)
Banane gisu in French (français)
Belotka in Polish (polski)
En art albulide in Danish (dansk)
Fadenfisch in German (Deutsch)
Falso badejo in Portuguese (Português)
Falso-badejo in Portuguese (Português)
Gisu africano in Italian (Italiano)
Gisu gratenvis in Dutch (Nederlands)
Großflossen-grätenfisch in German (Deutsch)
Långfenbening in Swedish (Svenska)
Langvin-beenvis in Afrikaans
Long-fin bonefish in English
Longfin bonefish in English
Macab badejo in Spanish (español)
Macabí badejo in Spanish (español)
Shad in English
貝氏長背魚 in Mandarin Chinese
貝氏長背魚 in Unknown
贝氏长背鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
贝氏长背鱼 in Unknown

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Order : Albuliformes
Family : Albulidae
Genus : Pterothrissus
Species : Pterothrissus belloci
Authority : Cadenat, 1937