Rock ling

The Rock ling lives in the demersal, brackish, marine, depth range 0 - 60 m environment.

(iii) Rock Ling is considered to be an uncommon species in South Australia; (iv) the species is taken by spear, hook and line, nets and other recreational fishing gear, with no controls over numbers taken in most parts of the range (including More

The Rock Ling has an elongate body with an eel-like tail. Its jaw extends well behind the eye when the mouth is closed. The pelvic fins are positioned below the eye. It is white to grey with dark mottling. More

Rock ling numbers increased at the Maria Island Reserve. Rock ling numbers increased at the Maria Island Reserve. More

Redding Rock lingcod in 2003 Redding Rock- gaffing 1 Redding Rock- gaffing 2 Redding Rock- gaffing 3 Redding Rock lingcod in 2003.jpg Redding Rock- gaffing 1.jpg Redding Rock- gaffing 2. More

I just looked up Rock Ling on Google and it is a hideous looking fish that is also red. More

4 pieces rock ling fillets of 200g each 75 grams (half a cup) cornmeal 60 ml (quarter cup) oil 160 grams (two-thirds cup) good quality mayonnaise 2 tablespoons chopped chives 1 tablespoon sweet chilli sauce Serving Suggestion: More

Common names

Ling in English
Rock ling in English
Tiger ling in English
茎羽鼬鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
茎羽鼬鳚 in Unknown
莖羽鼬鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
莖羽鼬鳚 in Unknown

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Order : Ophidiiformes
Family : Ophidiidae
Genus : Genypterus
Species : Genypterus tigerinus
Authority : Klunzinger, 1872