Spotted flounder

The Spotted flounder lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 66 - 121 m environment.

Also called sundial or spotted flounder, the windowpane is a highly compressed, left-sided flatfish (eyes on upper surface of the head when the fish is facing left) with numerous small, irregular, lighter or darker blotches on its head, sides and fins. More

Tyler Hanlon caught this beautifully spotted flounder near Johnson Bayou, La. Weston Casson caught this nice flounder in Copanoy Bay in 2006 on a popping cork rig. Cameron Johnson with his first ever flounder caught at San Luis Pass. More

Common names

Flounder in English
Lenguado in sp
Lenguado in Spanish (español)
Lenguado pintado in Spanish (español)
Perpeire pintade in French (français)
Spotted flounder in English

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Order : Pleuronectiformes
Family : Paralichthyidae
Genus : Hippoglossina
Species : Hippoglossina bollmani
Authority : Gilbert, 1890