New Zealand ruffe

The New Zealand ruffe lives in the bathypelagic, oceanodromous, marine, depth range - 1000 m , usually 270 - 500 m environment.

The New Zealand ruffe, Schedophilus huttoni, is a medusafish of the family Centrolophidae found in all southern oceans south of latitude 18°S, at depths of up to 1,000 m. Its length is up to 90 cm. More

Common names

Cojinoba traposa in Spanish (español)
New Zealand ruffe in English
Newzealandsk sortfisk in Danish (dansk)
Rag ruff in English
Rouffe chiffon in French (français)
Rufino pelado in Spanish (español)
新西兰高体鲳 in Mandarin Chinese
新西蘭高體鯧 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Centrolophidae
Genus : Schedophilus
Species : Schedophilus huttoni
Authority : Waite, 1910