Scientific Name
Coelorinchus productus
Coelorinchus productus東海腔吻鱈
by: Lab of Fish Ecol. and Evo., BRCAS
Author Gilbert & Hubbs, 1916 Depth 350 - 600M
Chinese 東海腔吻鱈 Poisonous Fish No 
Family_Chinese 鼠尾鱈科 Economic Fish Yes 
Family F215 Macrouridae Edible Fish Yes  Chinese In Mainland China 東海腔吻鱈 
Max Length 31 cm  Aquarium Fish No  Common Name 鱈魚 
Distribution in World North West Pacific Ocean   Distribution in Taiwan North East 
Habitats Deep Sea、Benthos  Holotype Locality Suruga Gulf, 35°05'30"N, 138°39'50"E, Japan, Albatross station 5059, depth 197-297 fathoms 
Synonyms Caelorhynchus productus, Caelorinchus productus, Coelorhynchus productus   
Reference 邱美倫(2002)碩士論文;Fish of Japan(Nakabo, 2002);Fishbase(2003)  Gilbert, C. H. etc. 1916 Okamura, O. 1970 Okamura, O. 1970 Nakabo T. 2002 
Specimen List ASIZP0061326. ASIZP0061327. ASIZP0065573. ASIZP0065644. ASIZP0065648. ASIZP0070218. ASIZP0070220. ASIZP0070686. ASIZP0070688. ASIZP0700253.  
Common Name Unicorn grenadier 
Redlist Status NL Not in IUCN Redlist     
Characteristic Snout moderately long, point 1.5 to 1.7 times into orbit diameter. Teeth in a broad, short band in premaxillary, the band falling well short of end of rictus. Underside of head naked except for small patch below preopercle angle. Light organ small, length 2.8 to 3 times into orbit diameter; periproct slightly removed from anal fin origin, fossa of light organ narrow, extending forward immediately before anus, anterior end about equidistant from pelvic fin insertions and anal fin origin. Body scales covered withdaggerlike spinules in 3 to 5 slightly divergent ridgelike rows, the median row strongest. Colour: overall brownish to swarthy, slivery ventrally; fins dusky to blackish; mouth and gill cavities blackish.
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 South Japan, East China Sea and northeastern Taiwan, Tashi ; 24 54'63"N, 122 03'49"E.