Genypterus brasiliensis

The Genypterus brasiliensis lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 60 - 200 m environment.

Genypterus brasiliensis Regan, 1903 is a demersal gadiform fish, found on soft mud bottoms (depth range 60-200 m), with a known distribution from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Uruguay (Figueiredo & Menezes 1978). More

a) Coloring: Genypterus Brasiliensis has a uniform pale pink coloring, reason why is called it "Smooth Pollack". More

cusk-eel, Genypterus brasiliensis Regan, 1903 were captured from the coastal of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (aprox. 21-23° S, 41-45° W), and necropsied to study their cucullanid nematode. All fishes were parasitized for Cucullanus genypteri Sardella, Navone & Timi, 1997. More

Common names

Abadejo in Spanish (español)
Buraziru-minamiashiro in Japanese (日本語)
Congrio-rosa in Portuguese (Português)
Congro-rosa in Portuguese (Português)
Cuskeel in Spanish (español)
jurupari in Portuguese (Português)
Parupé in Portuguese (Português)
巴西羽鼬鳚 in Chinese (中文)
巴西羽鼬鳚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Ophidiiformes
Family : Ophidiidae
Genus : Genypterus
Species : Genypterus brasiliensis
Authority : Regan, 1903