Deepwater rockfish


The Deepwater rockfish lives in the bathypelagic, oceanodromous, marine, depth range 300 - 1441 m environment.

Resource Partitioning in an Assemblage of Deepwater Rockfish on the Northeast Pacific Continental Shelf Keri J. York1, Brian N. Tissot1, Mark A. Hixon2, and W. More

most sought-after and best known of the deepwater rockfish in Alaska. They are easily recognized by their bright orange color and yellow eyes. Immature yelloweye have two light-colored banks on their sides. More

Want to go deepwater rockfishing this winter in northern and central California when the "rule-book" says rockfishing is closed? Using a little-known provision of federal law, the Recreational Fishing Alliance is applying for an "Exempted Fishing Permit" (EFP) that will allow anglers to More

Common names

Atlantic ocean perch in English
Beaked redfish in English
Biban rosu de adânc in Rumanian
deepwater redfish in English
deepwater rockfish in English
Djuphavskungsfisk in Swedish (Svenska)
Djúpkarfi in Icelandic (Íslenska)
Dybhavsrødfisk in Danish (dansk)
Gallineta nórdica in Spanish (español)
Karmazyn montela in Polish (polski)
Ocean perch in English
Peixe-vermelho-da-fundura in Portuguese (Português)
Redfish in English
Schnabelbarsch in German (Deutsch)
Sebasta in Rumanian
Sébaste atlantique in French (français)
Sébaste du nord in French (français)
Seeaal in German (Deutsch)
Snabeluer in Norwegian (Norsk)
Trantkongafiskur in Faroese (Føroyskt)
Uer in Norwegian (Norsk)
клювач in Russian (русский язык)
尖吻平鮋 in Mandarin Chinese
尖吻平鲉 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Scorpaeniformes
Family : Sebastidae
Genus : Sebastes
Species : Sebastes mentella
Authority : Travin, 1951