Scientific Name
Coelorinchus leptorhinus
Coelorinchus leptorhinus窄吻腔吻鱈
by: Lab of Fish Ecol. and Evo., BRCAS
Author Chiou, Shao & Iwamoto, 2004 Depth 400 - 600M
Chinese 窄吻腔吻鱈 Poisonous Fish No 
Family_Chinese 鼠尾鱈科 Economic Fish No 
Family F215 Macrouridae Edible Fish Yes  Chinese In Mainland China 窄吻腔吻鱈 
Max Length 85 cm  Aquarium Fish No  Common Name 鱈魚 
Distribution in World Taiwan [Endemic in Taiwan]   Distribution in Taiwan South、North East 
Habitats Deep Sea、Benthos  Holotype Locality Tashi [Daxi], northeastern Taiwan, 24°54.63'N, 122°03.49'E, depth 400-600 meters 
Synonyms Caelorinchus leptorhinus   
Reference 邱美倫(2002)碩士論文  Chiou, M.-L., K.-T. Shao etc. 2004 
Specimen List ASIZP0058636. ASIZP0058648. ASIZP0060246. ASIZP0060247. ASIZP0061344Holotype. ASIZP0061345Paratype. ASIZP0061346. ASIZP0061347Paratype. ASIZP0064288. ASIZP0065569. ASIZP0065571. ASIZP0065628. ASIZP0065642. ASIZP0065646. ASIZP0065647. ASIZP0065649. ASIZP0065781. ASIZP0066253. ASIZP0066405. ASIZP0066917. ASIZP0066939. ASIZP0070214. ASIZP0070252. ASIZP0070692. ASIZP0700345. ASIZP0800960. ASIZP0800961. ASIZP0801904. ASIZP0806553. ASIZP0910960. ASIZP0910961. ASIZP0911904. ASIZP0916553. CAS214446Paratype. CAS214613Paratype. NMMSTP01675. ...List all 36 records... 
Barcode2012-01-08,柯慧玲,CO1,100% 2012-01-08,柯慧玲,CO1,100%
Common Name Grenadier 
Redlist Status NL Not in IUCN Redlist     
Characteristic Group II of Iwamoto (1990), characterized by the following combination of characters: snout slender and long, length about 2.2-2.6 into HL, anterolateral margin completely supported by bone; orbit diameter 5.4-6.1 into HL; barbel more than half orbit diameter; underside of snout almost entirely naked; nasal fossa scaled; body scales large, each with 5~8 slightly divergent rows of spinules; light organ small, externally manifested as a short, thin, black midventral streak extending anteriorly from periproct; overall body color deep brown.
habitats The grenadiers constitute one of the major groups of benthopelagic fishes in the deep sea. Currently, grenadiers are divided into four subfamilies (or families), 38 genera and more than 350 species (Eschmeyer, 1998; Iwamoto 1990, and personal data of TI). 
Distribution northeastern Taiwan, Tashi ; 24 54'63"N, 122 03'49"E.