The New Zealand lumpfish, Trachelochismus pinnulatus, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, found all around New Zealand including the Three Kings Islands, from low water to about 12 m, on rocky coastlines.

The Lumpfish lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 0 - 12 m environment.

Seafoods, processes scallops, whelk, lumpfish roe, stimson clams and sea urchins. More

Lumpfish, or Lumpsucker, a short thick-bodied fish found in cold water on both sides of the Atlantic. It is distinguished by lumpy wart-like growths that cover the skin. The pelvic fins are modified, forming a sucking disk on the underside of the body. More

Lumpsuckers or lumpfish are mostly small scorpaeniform marine fish of the family Cyclopteridae. They are found in the cold waters of the Arctic, North Atlantic, and North Pacific oceans. The greatest number of species are found in the North Pacific. More

Lumpfish caviar is an excellent alternative to pricier Caspian Sea varieties. This specialty caviar is a perfect addition to a gourmet meal; used as a substitute in recipes calling for the more traditional roes. It also makes a beautiful garnish, especially alongside sushi. More

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Lumpfishes have reached 2 ft (61 cm) and 21 lb (9.5 kg). More

* Smooth lumpfish, Cyclopteropsis jordani Soldatov, 1929. * Cyclopteropsis lindbergi Soldatov, 1930. * Arctic lumpsucker, Cyclopteropsis mcalpini (Fowler, 1914). * Cyclopteropsis popovi Soldatov, 1929. More

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The lumpfish is about twice as long (counting its caudal fin) as it is deep, with a short head, and the dorsal profile of its trunk is much more arched than the ventral. There are 7 longitudinal ridges on its body. More

The spiny lumpfish is easily distinguishable from its commoner relative by the fact that its skin tubercles are not only much larger relatively, and studded from the base to the tip with rough prickles, but are irregularly and closely scattered over the body and head. More

The eggs from the Lumpfish of the North Sea deliver a nice crunchy pop, with a pretty red or black color and a salty flavor. More

Lumpfish have thick, scaleless skins made rough by warty tubercles. Their ventral fins are joined on the bottom to form a sucking disk by means of which they attach themselves to rocks. They feed on small fish and shellfish and are edible. More

The lumpfish (also known as the lumpsucker) gives up its sweet, sweet roe so that we may enjoy cheap caviar. Music by Artie Shaw and the Grammercy Five. 1. More

Caviar - Lumpfish Black Caviar - Whole Grain Lumpfish Roe Roland Black Lumpfish Caviar is whole grain and is produced from Lumpfish roe. The Lumpfish are caught in the North Sea between Iceland and Denmark. More

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Lumpfish and Capelin caviars are available in red or black. The roe of Lumpfish is the larger of the two. Size: Small fine grained eggs. Color: Black. Appearance: Glossy. More

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Lumpfish roe is often sold as a caviar alternative, although some caviar fans have complained that unscrupulous caviar packers try to pass lumpfish roe off as true sturgeon roe, the source of real caviar. More

lumpfish definition lump·fish (lump′fis̸h′) noun pl. lumpfish -·fish′, lumpfishes -·fish′es any of several sluggish, marine percoid fishes (family Cyclopteridae), esp. More

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Common names

Lumpfish in English
Mohiaru in Maori (te reo Māori)
喉載魚 in Mandarin Chinese
喉载鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Gobiesociformes
Family : Gobiesocidae
Genus : Trachelochismus
Species : Trachelochismus pinnulatus
Authority : Forster, 1801