Roughtongue bass

The Roughtongue bass lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 65 - 230 m environment.

Roughtongue bass are a small member of the grouper family and are one of the two most common fishes encountered on these ledges. The ledge is covered with hard and soft corals, bryozoans, and various invertebrates. More

Roughtongue Bass (Serranidae: Holanthias martinicensis) in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico • GulfBase Resource Database for Gulf of Mexico Research Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies Home Upcoming Events More

Roughtongue bass are common members of the deep reef fish community throughout the Gulf of Mexico and southeastern Atlantic coast of the U.S. Click image for larger view. More

Roughtongue bass ( Pronotogrammus martinicensis ) Gulf of Mexico 3261 thumbnail picture Juvenile roughtongue bass ( Pronotogrammus martinicensis ) Gulf of Mexico 3262 thumbnail picture More

roughtongue bass) that hang out around the coral thickets were no where to be seen. The wreck was basically barren of the typical amounts of marine life. More

Common names

Cachucho lengua rasposa in Spanish (español)
Coné langue ruguese in French (français)
Coné langue rugueuse in French (français)
Koganehanadai in Japanese (日本語)
roughtongue bass in English
serrano lengua rasposa in Spanish (español)
糙舌花鮨 in Chinese (中文)
糙舌花鮨 in Mandarin Chinese
馬丁金花鮨 in Mandarin Chinese
馬丁鮨 in Mandarin Chinese
马丁金花鮨 in Mandarin Chinese
马丁鮨 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Serranidae
Genus : Pronotogrammus
Species : Pronotogrammus martinicensis
Authority : Guichenot, 1868