Hawaiian sea-moth fish

The Hawaiian sea-moth fish lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 80 - 291 m, usually 80 - 115 m environment.

The Hawaiian sea-moth fish (Eurypegasus papilio) is a species of fish in the Pegasidae family. It is endemic to the United States. Source - * Vincent, A. 1996. Eurypegasus papilio. More

Hawaiian sea-moth fish; Brimstone moth; Herald moth; Great peacock moth; Lappet moth; Gypsy moth; Hawk-moth; Imperial moth; Io moth; Winter moth; Large emerald moth; Tussock moth; Luna moth; Hawk moth; Lady Moth; Puss moth; Pandora moth; Peacock moth; Silver y moth; Polyphemus moth; Predicted moth; Regal More

Common names

Hawaii-pegasusfisk in Danish (dansk)
Hawaiian sea-moth fish in English
蝶宽海蛾鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
蝶寬海蛾魚 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Gasterosteiformes
Family : Pegasidae
Genus : Eurypegasus
Species : Eurypegasus papilio
Authority : Gilbert, 1905