The Ishigarei lives in the demersal, oceanodromous, freshwater, brackish, marine, depth range - 150 m environment.

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Unusually the ishigarei does not have scales, but instead a few bony protrusions (the Japanese refer to them as ’stones’ hence the name) on the skin on its dorsal surface, that produce copious amounts of a rather foul-smelling fish slime. More

Common names

Ishi-garei in Japanese (日本語)
ishigarei in English
ishigarei in Japanese (日本語)
Shí dié in Mandarin Chinese
Stenflynder in Danish (dansk)
stone flounder in English
Tol-ga-ja-mi in Korean (한국어)
石鰈 in Mandarin Chinese
石鲽 in Mandarin Chinese
돌가자미 in Korean (한국어)

Order : Pleuronectiformes
Family : Pleuronectidae
Genus : Kareius
Species : Kareius bicoloratus
Authority : Basilewsky, 1855