Deepwater cardinalfish

The Deepwater cardinalfish lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 55 - 262 m environment.

Deepwater cardinalfishes are perciform fishes in the family Epigonidae. They are small fishes: the largest species, Epigonus telescopes, reaches 75 cm in length, and most species grow to no more than 20 cm or so. More

deepwater cardinalfish of the family Epigonidae. It can be found in most temperate oceans worldwide, at depths of between (75 and 1200 m). Its length is between (30 and 75 cm). More

Find your deepwater cardinalfish pictures at! ... Epigonus macrops AquaMaps. Data sources: GBIF OBIS. Result page: 1 ... 8 NOAA Ocean Explorer: Charleston Bump Profile The Charleston Bump is a deepwater bottom feature 80 to 100 miles ... More

Common names

cardenal de lo alto in Spanish (español)
Deepwater cardinalfish in English
古氏天竺鯛 in Mandarin Chinese
古氏天竺鯛 in Unknown
古氏天竺鲷 in Mandarin Chinese
古氏天竺鲷 in Unknown

Order : Perciformes
Family : Apogonidae
Genus : Apogon
Species : Apogon gouldi
Authority : Smith-Vaniz 1977