Javelin fish

The thorntooth grenadier or javelin fish, Lepidorhynchus denticulatus , is a rattail, the only member of the genus Lepidorhynchus, found around southern Australia and New Zealand, at depths of between 200 and 1,000 m.

The Javelin fish lives in the bathypelagic, non-migratory, marine, depth range 180 - 1000 m, usually 270 - 450 m environment.

The Lebtin Javelin Fish is one of Visser Three's many morphs. It is flat with many pointed javelin-like appendages that grow along its fins and is very brightly colored.. They are each about the size of a broom handle. More

13:00 Ineke - Given 50 grms Javelin fish - took it well. 17:30 Given 100 grms Javelin fish 20:30 Given 100 grms Javelin fish. Achromycin to Right eye. Fresh water and salt water left voluntarily. Is not happy being caught for eye ointment. More

Lebtin Javelin Fish – Lebtin javelin fish look like vast, bright yellow stingrays with two stalk-mounted eyes, two trailing antennae on their underside, and a row of spears all along their back. More

,bream , flathead , javelin fish , tailor , mackeral and salmon and many more fish species. In the deeper waters sweetlip, redemporer, cod ,parrotfish and coral trout are the popular catches. More

Javelin fish, javelin, grunter, spotted javelin Javelin fish General A handsome, speckled, deep-bodied fish named because of the stout spine at the front edge of its anal fin. More

1997 Javelin Fish and Ski For Sale $12,899. More

Common names

deepsea whiptail in English
Javelin fish in English
Javelinfish in English
thorntooth grenadier in English
Toothed rattail in English
toothed whiptail in English
紋腹鱈 in Mandarin Chinese
纹腹鳕 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Gadiformes
Family : Macrouridae
Genus : Lepidorhynchus
Species : Lepidorhynchus denticulatus
Authority : Richardson, 1846