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Synonyms for eelpout

elongate freshwater cod of northern Europe and Asia and North America having barbels around its mouth

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The zoarcid Melanostigma atlanticum was captured in a burrow with its eggs by a box core at 350 m depth (12).
Effects of temperature and hydrostatic pressure on oxygen consumption in the mesopelagic zoarcid Melanostigma pammelas.
For purposes of illustration, the two benthic groups, sculpins and zoarcids, were combined in Figures 2 and 3.
The proportion of arctic cod, sculpins, and zoarcids in chick diets declined significantly during the period of the study, while the proportion of capelin and sandlance rose significantly (Table 1, Fig.
Once cod were removed from the sample, the proportion of both zoarcids and sculpins declined significantly over time, while the proportion of capelin rose significantly (Table 1).
Of the 13 zoarcids, or eel-pouts, 11 were described as new and nine remain valid.
29,30) Gilbert noted that collections made in Tsugaru Straits and at Sado Island resembled Arctic fauna, consisting of liparids, cottids, and zoarcids.
The fish fauna includes zoarcids, skates, and macrourids.