Scientific Name
Coelorinchus kamoharai
Coelorinchus kamoharai蒲原氏腔吻鱈
by: Lab of Fish Ecol. and Evo., BRCAS
Author Matsubara, 1943 Depth 220 - 400M
Chinese 蒲原氏腔吻鱈 Poisonous Fish No 
Family_Chinese 鼠尾鱈科 Economic Fish Yes 
Family F215 Macrouridae Edible Fish Yes  Chinese In Mainland China 蒲原氏腔吻鱈 
Max Length 28 cm  Aquarium Fish No  Common Name 鱈魚 
Distribution in World North West Pacific Ocean   Distribution in Taiwan South、North East 
Habitats Deep Sea、Benthos  Holotype Locality Kumano-Nada, Japan 
Synonyms Caelorinchus kamoharai, Coelorhynchus kamoharai, Coelorhynchus parallelus   
Reference 臺灣魚類誌(沈等, 1993);邱美倫(2002)碩士論文;Fish of Japan(Nakabo, 2002)  Matsubara, K. 1943 Okamura, O. 1970 Okamura, O. 1970 沈世傑 編 Shih-Chieh Shen ed. 1993 Nakabo T. 2002 
Specimen List ASIZP0061336. ASIZP0066336. ASIZP0067947. ASIZP0068091. ASIZP0080427. ASIZP0080453. ASIZP0080456. ASIZP0801024. ASIZP0803708. ASIZP0803852. ASIZP0911024. ASIZP0913708. ASIZP0913852. CAS56041. NMMBP01897. NMMSTP00970.  
Barcode2008-03-24,Kui-Ching Hsu,CO1,100%
Common Name Kamohara grenadier 
Redlist Status NL Not in IUCN Redlist     
Characteristic Snout long, sharply pointed, 31 to 37% of head length, anterolateral margin incompletely supported by bone; orbits 24 to 29% of head length, somewhat shorter than upper jaw( 28 to 34% of head length); teeth cardiform, in long tapered bands in permaxillae, in a narrow band in mandible, teeth bands of both jaws extend to end of rictus; inner gill rakers on first arch 1 to 2 +8 to 10; head ridges not strongly developed; characteristic broad scales on underside behind leading edge of snout; underside of head and mandibular rami otherwise naked, but densely covered with unpaired black papillae. First dorsal fin with 2 spines and 8 to 10 rays, its greatest height less than postrostral length of head; pectoral fin rays i15 to i19. Black streak of light organ long, extending from anus to near isthmus, anteriorly expanded but scale covered. Scales thin, deciduous; spinules on body scales short, broad-baded, widely spaced, arranged in quincunx order; scale rows below midbase of first dorsal fin 3.5 to 4. Pyloric caeca 7 to 13.
habitats Benthopelagic fishes in the deep sea. A rare species of macrourids from the upper continental slope off northwestern Taiwan at depths between 400m and 800m. Food of these fishes consists of a wide range of fish and both benthic and pelagic invertebrates. 
Distribution Southern Japan and northeastern Taiwan, Tashi ; 24 54'63"N, 122 03'49"E.