Shrimp flounder

The shrimp flounder grows to a maximum of 25 cm in length, and like other large-tooth flounders has both eyes on the left side of the head.

The Shrimp flounder lives in the demersal, marine, depth range - 82 m environment.

The Shrimp flounder (Gastropsetta frontalis) is a species of large-tooth flounder, the only member of its genus Gastropsetta. It is endemic to the western Atlantic Ocean, from North Carolina to Florida, and from the northern Gulf of Mexico to Panama. More

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Common names

lenguado gambero in Spanish (español)
shrimp flounder in English
鰕鮃 in Mandarin Chinese
鰕鮃 in Unknown
鰕鲆 in Mandarin Chinese
鰕鲆 in Unknown

Order : Pleuronectiformes
Family : Paralichthyidae
Genus : Gastropsetta
Species : Gastropsetta frontalis
Authority : Bean, 1895