Deepwater flathead

The Deepwater flathead lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 70 - 490 m environment.

Deepwater Flathead on Fly Fly fishing for flathead conjures up thoughts of wading shallow sand flats or casting deceivers at draining creek mouths, however a major increase in recreational water activity throughout most estuary systems More

* What does Deepwater Flathead taste like, what wines go well with it and read our suggested cooking methods * Great Seafood Recipes Platycephalidae Family Members CAAB CODE More

Age estimation of bight redfish and deepwater flathead in the Great Australian Bight Trawl Fishery, 2004/05 / Therese K. Stokie and Kyne Krusic-Golub Primary Industries Research Victoria ; Australian Fisheries Management Authority, Queenscliff, Vic. : Canberra, A.C.T. More

Facts about deepwater flathead: annotated classification, as discussed in scorpaeniform (fish): Annotated classification: = ...(17 inches). Found in moderately deep water in Indo-Pacific region. 1 genus, Hoplichthys, with about 11 species. More

Deepwater flathead and bight redfish usually account for around half the landings in the Great Australian Bight trawl sector. Total catch for the sector in 2006-07 was slightly more than 4700 tonnes. More

Common names

Bluespot flathead in English
Castelnau's flathead in English
Deep water flathead in English
Deep-water flathead in English
Deepwater flathead in English
king flathead in English
Lakes Entrance flathead in English
Longnose flathead in English
Shovelnose flathead in English
Southern bluespotted flathead in English
Southern dusky flathead in English
Southern flathead in English
Toothy flathead in English
Trawl flathead in English
Yank flathead in English
新平头鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
新平頭魚 in Mandarin Chinese
蓝斑鲬 in Mandarin Chinese
藍斑鯒 in Mandarin Chinese
野鯒 in Mandarin Chinese
野鲬 in Mandarin Chinese
錐新平頭魚 in Mandarin Chinese
锥新平头鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Scorpaeniformes
Family : Platycephalidae
Genus : Platycephalus
Species : Platycephalus conatus
Authority : Waite & McCulloch, 1915