Spatulate sculpin

The Spatulate sculpin lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 12 - 930 m , usually 125 - 150 m environment.

The average size for the Spatulate Sculpin was 100 milimeters, the starry Flounder was 169 mm, the Chum Salmon was 41 mm. and the Dolly varden was 104 mm. Besides just catching fish, we also logged some data of the habitat around them. More

arch, but the spatulate sculpin is unique in that it has a forked spine below the eye and in front of the gill cover. The dorsal fin often has two large black blotches and the rest of the body is coloured a mottled black and yellow. More

Common names

Icèle spatulée in French (français)
Icèlus spatulée in French (français)
Spatel-tornulk in Danish (dansk)
spatulate sculpin in English
ицел восточный двурогий in Russian (русский язык)
匙冰杜父魚 in Mandarin Chinese
匙冰杜父魚 in Unknown
匙冰杜父鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
匙冰杜父鱼 in Unknown

Order : Scorpaeniformes
Family : Cottidae
Genus : Icelus
Species : Icelus spatula
Authority : Gilbert and Burke, 1912