Whitebrow skate

The Whitebrow skate lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 150 - 1420 m environment.

The whitebrow skate is found between 150-1,420m and reached 83cm total length. The key characteristic that differentiates these three skate species from the mud skate is their dark ventral surface, whereas the mud skate has a white ventral side. More

Aleutian skate, Matsubara skate, and whitebrow skate) consisted of large crustaceans, cephalopods and fishes. Benthophage elasmobranchs (Okhotsk skate) consumed mainly worms, amphipods and shrimp. Diets of male and female elasmobranchs differed, probably due mostly to the effect of size. More

Common names

Kleingestekelde rog in Dutch (Nederlands)
Kleingestekelde rog in Unknown
Smallthorn skate in English
Subesubekasube in Japanese (日本語)
Whitebrow skate in English
少棘深海鰩 in Mandarin Chinese
少棘深海鰩 in Unknown
少棘深海鳐 in Mandarin Chinese
少棘深海鳐 in Unknown

Order : Rajiformes
Family : Rajidae
Genus : Bathyraja
Species : Bathyraja minispinosa
Authority : Ishiyama and Ishihara, 1977