Decorated warbonnet

The Decorated warbonnet lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 30 - 90 m environment.

Decorated Warbonnet (Chirolophis decoratus) - By Scott Boyd The Decorated Warbonnet can be a difficult fish to find and photograph, due to its wary nature and habit of hiding in tiny burrows and crevices well away More

thick lips make the decorated warbonnet look like a cartoon character or circus clown. Behind the frilly head is a compressed eel-like body that can be up to 42 cm in length. Broad dark bars accentuate the fins and appear like runny mascara under the eyes. More

Decorated Warbonnet on eggs taken by Don Dorosh at Porteau Cove on December 22nd. More

Decorated warbonnet on the Princess Kathleen next photo back to Juneau Diving setstats More

Decorated Warbonnet photo taken at Les Davis Marine Park in Tacoma. More

Club Photos: Decorated warbonnet at Cove 2 10-21-09 October 2009 photos - Name Decorated warbonnet at Cove 2 10-21-09 Preview This warbonnet was out on top of the log More

Decorated Warbonnets at Seacrest Decorated Warbonnet-6 Originally uploaded by Pixel Letch. We've been spotting these guys now again this summer. They are rare to see and very shy, usually hiding away deep in a nook or cranny. More

Decorated Warbonnet Photo, Chirolophis decoratus = - Home > Blog > Search > 760.804.0731 Image 13712, Decorated warbonnet. More

Common names

decorated warbonnet in English
Dekoreret buskhoved in Danish (dansk)
Kita-fusa-ginpo in Japanese (日本語)
Schmuckstachelrücken in German (Deutsch)
妆笠鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
妝笠鳚 in Mandarin Chinese
眉鳚 in Chinese (中文)
眉鳚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Stichaeidae
Genus : Soldatovia
Species : Soldatovia polyactocephala
Authority : Pallas, 1814