Agujon needlefish

The Agujon needlefish lives in the pelagic-oceanic, marine environment.

Mexican strip such as Agujon Needlefish, Tylosurus Imperialis Melanotus, Barred Needlefish, the California Needlefish, Strongylura Exilus, the Pacific Needlefish, Tylosurus Pacificus and many more. More

pacificus) and the Agujon Needlefish (Tylosurus imperialis melanotus). The Crocodile needlefish can however grow much larger than all these species. The California Needlefish have a longer beak compared to the Crocodile needlefish. More

and the Pacific Agujon Needlefish, Tylosurus pacificus, both of which have a longer beaks and other subtle differences that are difficult to distinguish without a detailed side-by-side comparison. The Giant Mexican Needlefish is a member of the Belonidae or Needlefish Family. More

Agujon needlefish (Tylosurus acus acus) live in the western Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico from Florida to Brazil and in tropical and sub-tropical waters around the world. More

Agujon Needlefish, Atlantic Agujon Needlefish Common Names in French: Aiguille Voyeuse Common Names in Mandarin Chinese: 拉弗圆颌针鱼, 拉弗圓頜針魚 Common Names in Portuguese: Agudja, Agulha Quio, Agulha-D´areia, Agulha-D'areia, More

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Order : Beloniformes
Family : Belonidae
Genus : Tylosurus
Species : Tylosurus acus rafale
Authority : Collette &Parin, 1970