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  1. #711
    California Lizardfish
    The California lizardfish occurs from Guaymus, Mexico to Cape Beal, British Columbia.

    California Grunion
    Range: The California grunion occurs from Magdalena Bay, Baja California, to San Francisco, California;
    however, the principal range is between Point Abreojos, Baja California, and Point Conception, California.

    Range: Jacksmelt occur from Santa Maria Bay, Mexico to Yaquina Bay,
    Oregon. Jacksmelt are found in California bays and ocean waters throughout the year.

    he sablefish occurs from Cedros Island, Baja California, to the Bering Sea and Japan;
    at depths ranging from the surface (juveniles) to 900 feet.

    Lingcod occur between Point San Carlos, Baja California, and Kodiak Island, Alaska.

    Kelp Greenling
    Kelp greenling occur from La Jolla, California, to the Aleutian Islands, Alaska, but are quite rare south of Point Conception.

    Opaleye occur from Cape San Lucas, Mexico to Otter Rock, Oregon.

    alfmoon occur from the Gulf of California to Vancouver Island, British Columbia .

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    California Sheephead
    Range: California sheephead occur from Cabo San Lucas,
    Baja California, to Monterey Bay, California, with an isolated population in the Gulf of California.

    Giant Kelpfish
    Range: Giant kelpfish range from Cabo San Lucas, Baja California, to British Columbia, and from surface waters down to 130 feet.

    Barred Surfperch
    Range: The barred surfperch occurs from Plaza Maria Bay, Baja California, to Bodega Bay, California.

    Barred Sand Bass
    Range: Barred sand bass occur from Magdalena Bay, Baja California, to Santa Cruz, California.

    Giant Sea Bass
    Range: Giant sea bass occur throughout the Gulf of California and from Cabo San Lucas, Baja California, to Humboldt Bay, California.

    Kelp Bass
    Range: Kelp bass occur from Magdalena Bay, Baja California, to the Columbia River, Washington.

    Bat Ray
    Range: Bat rays are found from the Gulf of California to Oregon, from surface waters to depths of 150 feet.

    Range: Bocaccio occur from Punta Blanca, Baja California, to Kruzof Island and Kodiak Island, Alaska.

  3. #713
    Brown Smoothhound
    Range: The brown smoothhound occurs from the Gulf of California to Humboldt Bay,
    California. It is found at depths from shallow water to 360 feet.

    Longfin Sanddab
    Range: Longfin sanddabs occur from Costa Rica to Monterey, California. These flatfish are usually on sandy, muddy type sea bottoms from 8 to 660 feet.

    Starry Flounder
    Range: Starry flounders occur from Santa Barbara, California, to Arctic Alaska and the Sea of Japan.

    California Scorpionfish aka Sculpin
    Range: The California scorpionfish occurs between Uncle Sam Bank, Baja California, and Santa Cruz,
    California, with an isolated population in the Gulf of California.

    Blue Rockfish
    Range: The blue rockfish occurs from Punta Baja, Baja California, to the Bering Sea.

  4. #714
    Spotfin Croaker
    Range: Spotfin croakers occur from Mazatlan, Mexico, to Point Conception, California, including the Gulf of California.
    In California, they are most commonly found south of Los Angeles Harbor.

    Redtail Surfperch
    Range: The redtail surfperch occurs from Avila Beach, California, to Vancouver Island, British Columbia,
    and is the most often encountered surfperch from San Francisco northward.

    Spiny Dogfish.
    Range: Spiny dogfish occur in temperate to subarctic waters in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

    Common Thresher Shark
    Range: The common thresher shark occurs worldwide in warmer seas. In the eastern North Pacific,
    it is found from central Baja California, to the Strait of Juan de Fuca, British Columbia.

    Gray Smoothhound
    Range: This species occurs from Mazatlan, Mexico, to Cape Mendocino, California; and is found in shallow waters to depths of 150 feet.

    Malaysian Red Arowana
    Malaysian Red Arowana species typically grow to around 2 to 3 feet in captivity.
    This fish has super fast swimming speeds and can really surprise you when striking it’s prey. Awesome fish to own and very beautiful.

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  5. #715
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    he Japanese Flying Squid
    You will find the Japanese Flying Squid in the Northern parts of the Pacific Ocean. They can be found all the way up the cost too.

    Humboldt Squid Facts
    The name for this species of squid is derived from its main location – the Humboldt Current.
    This is found in the East Pacific Ocean region if you aren’t familiar with it by name alone.
    The are sometimes found along the coastal region of California as well.

    Bathyteuthis abyssicola
    One species in the Atlantic. A widely distributed species, circumglobal in Antarctic and polar-subpolar zones;
    absent in the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean and Mediterranean seas, as well as the equatorial and central zones of the Western Atlantic.

    Argonauta argo
    Kingdom Animalia
    Phylum Mollusca
    Class Cephalopoda
    Subclass Coleoidea
    Order Octopoda
    Suborder Incirrata
    Superfamily Argonautoidea
    Family Argonautidae
    Genus Argonauta
    Species Argonauta argo

  6. #716
    Chiroteuthis veranyi
    The type specimen was collected in the Mediterranean Sea

    Grimalditeuthis bonplandi

    Histioteuthis Reversa
    Reverse Histioteuthis is a kind of mollusk belonging to the family Histioteuthidae.A scientific authority of the species is Verrill,
    having been described in the year 1880.Trata is a species present in Portuguese territory, including the exclusive economic zone.

  7. #717
    Joubiniteuthis portieri
    is a meso- to bathypelagic squid found circumglobally in tropical and subtropical regions.

    Tremoctopus gelatus
    Body gelatinous, so transparent that a newspaper can be read through the body of a living female. Eyes very large. Ink sac and water pores reduced. Eight-11 lamellae per demibranch in females, 7-8 in males. Adult females pale orange-red. Other features as in Tremoctopus violaceus. Larvae encased by a gelatinous coating ovelayed by a very thin epidermis with Koelliker' bristles. Ends of 1st arms emerge from the coating, some 2 or 3 suckers on the middle of 1st arms are enlarged, thereafter splitting into into 2 rows. ML of females up to 33 cm.

    Abyssal spiderfish
    in the eastern North Atlantic.

  8. #718
    Peristedion miniatum

    Eurypharynx pelecanoides

    Opisthoproctus soleatus

    Argyropelecus aculeatus

    Myctophum punctatum

    Bathypterois dubius

    Bathysaurus mollis

  9. #719
    Holohalaelurus regani
    Habitat and Biology:
    A common, deepish-water temperate and tropical catshark with a broad depth range
    from the outer continental shelf and upper slope on or near bottom at depths of 160 to 740 m.

    Molva molva
    Habitat: deepwater, 300-400 m; immature inshore, in 15-20 m, over rocks. Behaviour: evidently not gregarious,
    no long-distance migrations. Food: mostly fishes (gadoids, herring, flatfishes), also crustaceans, starfish.
    Reproduction: from March to July, between 50-300 m.

    Longnose spurdog

    Habitat and Biology:
    A common temperate to tropical dogfish of the continental

    Madeira catshark
    Habitat: benthic at 600-800 m. Food: no data. Reproduction: oviparous; the holotype had two horny egg capsules with more than 20 longitudinal striations.

    Mandarin dogfish
    Size:Maximum 122 cm, adults males about 86 cm, females mature above 92 to 108 cm reaching at least 122 cm.

  10. #720
    Mud catshark
    Habitat and Biology:
    A deepwater tropical catshark of the continental slope of the western Indian Ocean, on or just above muddy bottom, at 338 to 766 m depth.

    Narrownecked oceanic eel
    Habitat: bathypelagic, down to 2,000 m. Food: carnivorous (Natania crustaceans among other prey).
    Reproduction: warm hydrological season. Leptocephali (L. anguilloides Schmidt, 1916) with metamorphic stages,
    length of larval life unknown

    Obtuse barracud
    Habitat: water column, both pelagic and demersal zones in inshore waters. Food: fish, mostly Sardinella aurita and Engraulis encrasicolus.
    Reproduction: no data. Commercial importance: caught in considerable quantities in inshore waters by purse-seine, gillnet and trawl.

    Pacific sleeper shark
    A common boreal and temperate shark of the North Pacific continental shelves and slopes.

    Red band-fish
    Distribution: eastern Atlantic northward to British Isles and Mediterranean. Elsewhere, southward to northern Senegal

    Sicklefin lemon shark
    Vernacular names include 'sharp-toothed shark', 'South Pacific lemon shark', and 'Arava'.


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