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The Searobin lives in the demersal, brackish, marine, depth range 15 - 170 m environment.

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searobinsearobin - American gurnard; mostly found in bays and estuariessea robingurnard - bottom-dwelling coastal fishes with spiny armored heads and fingerlike pectoral fins used for crawling along the sea bottomnorthern sea robin, Prionotus carolinus - large searobin; found from More

Northern SearobinThe northern searobin is an unusual-looking fish with a mottled grayish or reddish-brown back and whitish belly. Adults have: * Three finger-like pectoral rays and large pectoral fins. More

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* Horned searobin, Bellator militaris Goode & Bean, 1896. * Bellator ribeiroi Miller, 1965. * Splitnose searobin, Bellator xenisma Jordan & Bollman, 1890. More

searobin sea′·rob′in Webster's New World College Dictionary Copyright © 2005 by Wiley Publishing, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Used by arrangement with John Wiley & Sons, Inc. More

Slender searobin, Peristedion gracile Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Scorpaeniformes More

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Splitnose Searobin has an overall mottled reddish-brown appearance with a white underside. It is characterized by having a long first dorsal spine, large black pectoral fins, and a prominent ocellus spot between the fourth and fifth dorsal spines, as pictured below. More

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Bristly searobin; Common searobin; Red searobin; Bean's searobin; Bigeye searobin; Shortwing searobin; Lumptail searobin; Northern searobin; Striped searobin; Bluespotted searobin; Slender searobin; Two-beaked searobin; African armoured searobin; Total Images : 46 Page No. More

searobin (Prionotus carolinus) and the striped searobin (P. evolans) *.(Statistical Data Included) Article Excerpt Abstract-This study reports new information about searobin (Prionotus spp. More

The striped searobin lives on the sandy bottoms of estuaries and near-shore shelf to depths of 600 feet from Nova Scotia to Florida, though they are rare north of Cape Cod. More

Searobins look like they belong in the air, not under water. Few of the fish in this section have much of an angler following, but all are caught with varying frequency, and some are good to eat, if frustrating to clean. More

NAME - searobin, northern OTHER COMMON NAMES - web-fingered searobin, grunter, cuckoo-fish, common gurnard, red-winged searobin, pigfish, flying-fish, flying-toad, american gurnard, searobin, robin and green-eyes ELEMENT CODE - CATEGORY - Fish PHYLUM AND SUBPHYLUM - Vertebrata, CLASS AND SUBCLASS - Teleostomi, Actinopterygii ORDER AND More

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Common names

Common searobin in English
Grondin carolin in French (français)
grunter, web-fingered searobin, and gurnard in English
Kurek karolinski in Polish (polski)
Nordlig knurhane in Danish (dansk)
northern searobin in English
Rubio carolino in Spanish (español)
Searobin in English
卡罗来纳锯鲂鮄 in Mandarin Chinese
卡羅來納鋸魴鮄 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Scorpaeniformes
Family : Triglidae
Genus : Prionotus
Species : Prionotus carolinus
Authority : Linnaeus, 1771