Pink ling

Other names in English include ling, Australian rockling, kingclip, pink ling, and northern ling.

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Author: Norman Holtzhausen

The Pink ling lives in the bathydemersal, oceanodromous, marine, depth range 22 - 1000 m , usually 300 - 550 m environment.

The Pink Ling has an eel-like body and barbel-like pelvic fins that are positioned below the eye. The species resembles the Rock Ling, however it is pinkish to orange with a more diffuse mottled pattern. More

pink ling (Genypterus blacodes) and in rock ling (G. tigerinus). Six of the loci were species-diagnostic. No differences were observed between the orange and pink morphs, which appear to be the juvenile and adult forms respectively of pink ling. More

Pink ling preparation Pink ling with Mediterranean flavours Quail and truffle Pithivier Chermoula spiced salmon on Tajine vegetables with cumin, coriander and lime Quail and truffle Pithivier Chermoula trout More

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The Petuna Endeavour catches Pink Ling year round on the continental shelf of the wild and pristine Southern Ocean in depths of 300-550 meters. Pink Ling flesh has a firm texture with mild delicate flavours. More

Pink Ling is managed as a single stock, and genetic work supports this (Ward et al., 2001). More

Pink Ling inhabit the south-west Pacific waters of New Zealand and temperate Australia. They are also recorded from South America. In Australia they are present in continental shelf and slope waters from Crowdy Head in New South Wales to Albany in Western Australia. More

Pink Ling is found in open waters on the continental shelf and upper slopes to 800m, often buried in holes on soft bottoms. More

* pink ling - the head and body are pinkish or orangish in color, with irregular brown markings. The fish can reach 1.5 meters in length and weigh up to 20 kg. They live in deep water. More

Common names

Abadèche rose in French (français)
Abadèche rosée in French (français)
Abadecho in Polish (polski)
Abadejo in Catalan (Català)
Abadejo in Spanish (español)
australian rockling in English
Bacalao del sur in Spanish (español)
Banded ling in English
Common ling in English
Congribadejo rosado in Spanish (español)
Congribadejo rosé in Spanish (español)
Congrio colorado in Spanish (español)
Congrio dorado in Spanish (español)
Côngrio róseo in Portuguese (Português)
Congro in Portuguese (Português)
Congro-rosa in Portuguese (Português)
Dorado in English
Dorado in Spanish (español)
Golden kingklip in Swedish (Svenska)
Himakhara in Other
Hokarai in Maori (te reo Māori)
Hokarari in Maori (te reo Māori)
Kingclip in English
Kingklip in English
Kingklip in German (Deutsch)
Kingu in Japanese (日本語)
Leng in Dutch (Nederlands)
Leng in German (Deutsch)
Ling in English
Lingue in French (français)
Maruca in Portuguese (Português)
Maruca in Spanish (español)
Maruca-da-Argentina in Portuguese (Português)
Mietus nowozelandzki in Polish (polski)
Molva in Bulgarian (български език)
Molva in Italian (Italiano)
Northern ling in English
Pink cusk-eel in English
Pink cusk-eel in Spanish (español)
Pink ling in English
Ringu in Japanese (日本語)
Rock ling in English
Rosa kingklip in Danish (dansk)
Rosada in Spanish (español)
Róseo in Portuguese (Português)
キングクリップ in Japanese (日本語)
小孔羽鼬鳚 in Chinese (中文)
小孔羽鼬鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
羽鼬鳚 in Chinese (中文)
羽鼬鳚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Ophidiiformes
Family : Ophidiidae
Genus : Genypterus
Species : Genypterus blacodes
Authority : Forster, 1801