Finless eel

The Finless eel lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 3 - 400 m environment.

foods such as finless eel and ginger can help maintain health for the right people. And sometimes they can perform even better than expensive herbs such as ginseng. More

Since then, the proverb "eating a finless eel in summer and ginseng in winter" has held sway. Finless eel is rich in DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid, and lecithin, the main components of the cell membrane of organs and the brain. More

Apart from improving memory and eye-sight, eating finless eel can also help normalize blood sugar levels for both high blood sugar or low blood sugar patients thanks to some unique elements. More

Finless eel is fried in vegetable oil, and then is poured into chafing dish. when the soup is boiling,put lettuce in. lt’s a delicious dish. Dog Casserole l’t s a traditional dish of the Tujias . More

Fresh and Live Finless Eel Open Details in New Window We are fishery which belongs toSuZhou Global Star IMP & EXP Co., Ltd., specializing in the aquiculture of loach and finless eel. Also, as a trader, We can exporte various fish food originated from ... More

610050t SPXA finless eel at a Guangzhou restaurant, China. The eel normally retails for around 40 RMB ( More

Prepared finless eel and various vegetables ready for cooking. The eel is a valuable source for DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid, lecithin and vitamin A. More

Cook Finless eel in Chinese way to prevent summer illnesses Updated: 2009-08-12 Share this?...Click box Bookmark and Share Finless eel soup with huangqi and pork Summer does not always mean saying no to "warm" foods. More

Common names

Finless eel in English
Hadař kendallův in Czech (česky)
Western Atlantic finless eel in English
似蠕鰻 in Mandarin Chinese
似蠕鳗 in Mandarin Chinese
肯氏无鳍鳗 in Mandarin Chinese
肯氏無鰭鰻 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Anguilliformes
Family : Ophichthidae
Genus : Apterichtus
Species : Apterichtus kendalli
Authority : Gilbert, 1891