The rex sole is a right-eyed flounder with an elongate, oval-shaped body and a small mouth.

The Witch lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 0 - 900 m , usually 61 - 500 m environment.

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Common names

Amerikanische Scholle in German (Deutsch)
Amerikansk skærising in Danish (dansk)
Ihémek'we in Salish
Long-finned sole in English
Longfin sole in English
Pazifischer Zungenbutt in German (Deutsch)
platija rey in Spanish (español)
Plie cynoglosse royale in French (français)
rex sole in English
Solhão-americano in Portuguese (Português)
Stillahavsrödtunga in Swedish (Svenska)
Szkarlacica królewska in Polish (polski)
Witch in English
камбала малоротая длинноперая in Russian (русский язык)
малорот длинноперый in Russian (русский язык)
春鰈 in Mandarin Chinese
春鲽 in Mandarin Chinese
美洲美首鰈 in Mandarin Chinese
美洲美首鲽 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Pleuronectiformes
Family : Pleuronectidae
Genus : Glyptocephalus
Species : Glyptocephalus zachirus
Authority : Lockington, 1879