Cynoglossus gracilis

The Cynoglossus gracilis lives in the demersal, marine environment.

stomachs of Cynoglossus gracilis trawled in the northeastern waters of Taiwan in an approximate depth of 60 m. This species is characterized in having oblique grooves all over, striated rostrum, shining periostracum, and 15 teeth each on anterior and posterior arch of hinge plate. More

Cynoglossus gracilis; Axinopalpis gracilis gracilis; Cynoglossus joyneri; Cynoglossus bilineatus; Cynoglossus lida; Cynoglossus macrostomus; Cynoglossus microlepis; Cynoglossus lingua; Cynoglossus abbreviatus; Cynoglossus suyeni; Cynoglossus kopsii; Cynoglossus zanzibarensis; Cynoglossus interruptus; Cynoglossus itinus; Cynoglossus dispar; Cynoglossus semilaevis; Cynoglossus feldmanni; More

Common names

Chôsen-genko in Japanese (日本語)
扁魚 in Mandarin Chinese
扁鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
牛舌 in Mandarin Chinese
皇帝魚 in Mandarin Chinese
皇帝鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
窄体舌鳎 in Mandarin Chinese
窄體舌鰨 in Mandarin Chinese
龍舌 in Mandarin Chinese
龙舌 in Mandarin Chinese
물서대 in Korean (한국어)

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Order : Pleuronectiformes
Family : Cynoglossidae
Genus : Cynoglossus
Species : Cynoglossus gracilis
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