Serrulate whiptail

The serrulate whiptail or serrulate rattail, Coryphaenoides serrulatus, is a rattail of the genus Coryphaenoides, found around southern Australia and New Zealand, at depths of between 750 and 2,000 m.

The Serrulate whiptail lives in the bathydemersal, non-migratory, marine, depth range 540 - 2070 m environment.

The serrulate whiptail has the usual greatly elongated pointed tail of the rattails, as well as large eyes and a raised profile peaking at the start of the dorsal finDorsal fin A wikt:dorsal fin is a fin located on the backs of some fish, whales, More

Common names

Serrulate rattail in English
Serrulate ratttail in English
Serrulate whiptail in English
新西兰突吻鳕 in Mandarin Chinese
新西蘭突吻鱈 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Gadiformes
Family : Macrouridae
Genus : Coryphaenoides
Species : Coryphaenoides serrulatus
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