Lamprogrammus shcherbachevi

The Lamprogrammus shcherbachevi lives in the benthopelagic, marine, depth range 0 - 1000 m environment.

length, to Lamprogrammus shcherbachevi at 2 metres (6.6 ft) in length. The families Ranicipitidae (tadpole cods) and Euclichthyidae (eucla cods) were formerly classified in this order, but are now preferred in Gadiformes; Ranicipitidae has been absorbed within the family Gadidae. More

The largest species, Lamprogrammus shcherbachevi, grows up to in length, but most species are shorter than a metre. Unlike their close relatives, the brotulaBrotula Brotulas are a family, Bythitidae, of ophidiiform fishes, also known as viviparous brotulas as they viviparity. More

Lamprogrammus shcherbachevi at in length. More

Lamprogrammus shcherbachevi Cohen & Rohr, 1993, were recently caught in the Northeast Atlantic, one west of Scotland (only known by photographies), the other one on the slope of the Faroese Bank (kept in Thorshavn Museum, no catalogue number). More

Lamprogrammus shcherbachevi, which reaches almost 2m in length), and the family also contains the deepest-living fish known to date, the cusk-eel Abyssobrotula galatheae, which has been recorded at 8,370m, in the Puerto Rico Trench (Australian Museum, 2004t). More

Common names

Scaleline cusk in English
希氏軟鼬鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
希氏軟鼬鳚 in Unknown
希氏软鼬鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
希氏软鼬鳚 in Unknown

Order : Ophidiiformes
Family : Ophidiidae
Genus : Lamprogrammus
Species : Lamprogrammus shcherbachevi
Authority : Cohen and Rohr, 1993