Argentine torpedo

The Argentine torpedo is a species of fish in the Torpedinidae family.

The Argentine torpedo lives in the demersal, marine, usually 600 - m environment.

The Argentine torpedo (Torpedo puelcha) is a species of fish in the Torpedinidae family. It is found in Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay. Its natural habitat is open seas. Source - * Stehmann, M.F. More

charged and damaged by the Argentine torpedo boat "Mendoza" off San Antonio del Oeste on 18 July 1945. Recently declassified Argentine documents make it clear that U-977 was involved in shielding an unloading operation along the southern coast of Buenos Aires Province. More

leaving Buenos Aires this afternoon the Argentine torpedo boat Azopardo, which was at anchor, sank. view full article Note: This article will open in PDF format. Get Adobe Acrobat Reader or Learn More » Advertise on NYTimes. More

First Chief of the Argentine Torpedoes Division Davidson made a thorough survey of the Rio de la Plata and the rivers Uruguay and Guaz More

The Four Argentine Torpedo Boats Constructed in France and Requisitioned in 1914 - The article by Charles Salou, discusses the warship purchases of Argentina, immediately before World War One. More

assumed the head of the Argentine Torpedo and Hydrographic Bureau for some years, training its leadership, and retired to Asunci More

when the Argentine torpedo boat "Mendoza" sighted a periscope and attacked a submerged object after verifying it was a submarine by hydrophone, the Professor stated that the Argentine Navy did not know the difference between "a periscope and a drifting branch in the More

Common names

Argentijnse sidderrog in Dutch (Nederlands)
Argentine torpedo in English
Argentinsk elrokke in Danish (dansk)
Parejnok argentinský in Czech (česky)
Torpedo in English
Torpedo in Spanish (español)
Torpedo puelcha in German (Deutsch)

Order : Torpediniformes
Family : Torpedinidae
Genus : Torpedo
Species : Torpedo puelcha
Authority : Lahille, 1926