Gulf hake

The Gulf hake lives in the bathydemersal, non-migratory, marine, depth range 27 - 684 m , usually 360 - 470 m environment.

dory (Zenopsis conchiffer), gulf hake (Urophycis cirrata), argentine hake (Merluccius hubbsi), angel shark (Squatina argentina) and various skates (Rajidae). Geryonid crabs and angel sharks were the most retained and processed bycatch components (88.8, 50.0% of numerical catches, respectively). More

* Gulf hake, Urophycis cirrata (Goode & Bean, 1896). * Carolina hake, Urophycis earllii (Bean, 1880). * Southern codling, Urophycis floridana (Bean & Dresel, 1884). More

and Gulf hake (Urophycis cirrata), among others. "The reduction in fishing effort span between 65 and 84 per cent compared to 2005, the last year INIDEP undertook an area species survey. More

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Gulf hake, Urophycis cirrata (Goode & Bean, 1896) ... Southern codling, Urophycis floridana (Bean & Dresel, 1884) ... 7 Urophycis - Encyclopedia of Life Urophycis (Urophycis) in Encyclopedia of Life ... More

and Gulf hake (Urophycis cirrata), among others. Also, scientists confirmed the existence of marine areas used by breeding biomass, which includes for example, the area commonly known as ‘El Rincon’ , located south of the province of Buenos Aires. More

Gulf Hake - Urophycis cirrata = Urophycis cirrata - Gulf Hake Gulf Hake live in the Western Atlantic Ocean from Florida into the Gulf of Mexico South to northern South America. More

Common names

Abrótea in Portuguese (Português)
Abrótea-de-fundo in Portuguese (Português)
Brazilian codling in English
Brota in Portuguese (Português)
brótola in Spanish (español)
Gulf hake in English
Hake in English
Locha de fondo in Spanish (español)
merluza barbona del Golfo in Spanish (español)
Mexicansk skægbrosme in Danish (dansk)
Phycis du Golfe in French (français)
加勒比海長鰭鱈 in Mandarin Chinese
加勒比海长鳍鳕 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Gadiformes
Family : Phycidae
Genus : Urophycis
Species : Urophycis cirrata
Authority : Goode and Bean, 1896