Cusk eel

The Cusk eel lives in the benthopelagic, marine, depth range 75 - 100 m environment.

The pink cusk-eel, Genypterus blacodes, is a cusk eel of the genus Genypterus, found in southern Australia, Chile, Brazil, South Africa and around New Zealand except the east coast of Northland, in depths of a few metres to 1000 metres. More

The cusk eel is about 12 to 13 times as long as it is deep, all its fins are soft and eel-like; and there is no separation between the dorsal, caudal, and anal fins, but the three form one continuous fin running backward along the More

Show IPA Use cusk eel in a SentenceSee web results for cusk eelSee images of cusk eel–noun, plural (especially collectively ) -eel, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species ) -eels. More

The cusk eel is all talk, some slime Published July, 2004 By Greg Coppa For Points East For nearly 20 summers, my family has anchored in a shallow area of Block Island's Great Salt Pond, a few hundred More

(Brotula barbata) The Cusk eel has no spines in its fins, and the dorsal fin is a continuous around the tail and thus merges with the anal fin on the underside. More

The striped cusk eel is the northernmost member of this large family of fish (although it is not a tropical stray). It is commonly found from New York to Florida and uncommonly found as far north as Cape Cod. More

The Ophidiidae, including the cusk eels, are a group of marine fishes in the order OphidiiformesOphidiiformes Ophidiiformes is an order of ray-finned fish that includes the cusk eels , pearlfishes , brotulas , and others. More

Common names

Cá Ch?n gai in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Cá Chồn gai in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
cusk eel in English
Shio-itachiuo in Japanese (日本語)
新鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
黑潮新鼬鳚 in Chinese (中文)
黑潮新鼬鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
그물메기 in Korean (한국어)

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Order : Ophidiiformes
Family : Ophidiidae
Genus : Neobythites
Species : Neobythites sivicola
Authority : Jordan & Snyder, 1901