Southern ribbonfish

The Southern ribbonfish lives in the bathypelagic, oceanodromous, brackish, marine, depth range - 1000 m environment.

The Southern Ribbonfish is a very long, compressed fish that has a greatly protrusible mouth. Identification The Southern Ribbonfish has a highly compressed body that tapers posteriorly. It has very large eyes and a large protrusible mouth. More

was probably a juvenile southern ribbonfish Trachipterus jacksonensis (Ramsay, 1881) and one a long way from home at that. ref. More

* A Southern Ribbonfish on the beach * A Southern Roughy at North West Solitary Island * A Southern Smiler caught off Norah Head Lighthouse * A Southern Spineback, Notocanthus sexspinis More

a southern ribbonfish found washed up alive on diamond head beach, south of laurieton, brooch flower new glover, where can i buy tapioca pearls cjm in gomon, mf, glover, jewelry stores boston cjm & rh kuiter (eds). More

A Southern Ribbonfish on the beach A Southern Roughy at North West Solitary Island ... Similar Species Southern Eagle Ray (Myliobatis goodei) and Bullnose Ray (M. More

Southern Ribbonfish Trachipterus jacksoniensis Southern Roughy Trachichthys australis Southern Silver Drummer Kyphosus sydneyanus Southern Smiler Opistognathus jacksoniensis Southern Spineback Notacanthus sexspinis Spangled Tubeshoulder Persparsia kopua Sparkling Slickhead Rouleina eucla Speckled Butterflyfish Chaetodon citrinellus More

Common names

blackflash ribbonfish in English
Dealfish in English
Port Jackson ribbon-fish in English
Ribbonfish in English
Southern dealfish in English
southern ribbonfish in English
Swartstraal-lintvis in Afrikaans
傑氏粗鰭魚 in Mandarin Chinese
杰氏粗鳍鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
阿氏粗鰭魚 in Mandarin Chinese
阿氏粗鳍鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Lampriformes
Family : Trachipteridae
Genus : Trachipterus
Species : Trachipterus jacksonensis
Authority : Ramsay, 1881