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Cepola rubescens
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- Cepola is a genus of marine fish in the bandfish family Cepolidae. The name red bandfish is applied to all members of this genus, but particularly C. macrophthalma...
- Ascanius, 1772 Synonyms  Synonyms Cephalepis octomaculatus Rafinesque, 1810 Cepola gladius Walbaum, 1792 Gymnetrus ascanii Shaw, 1803 Gymnetrus banksii Valenciennes...
- Cepola macrophthalma is a fish of the bandfish family Cepolidae. It is found in the eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean from Senegal north to the British...
- broussonnetii Lacepède, 1800 Synonyms Amblyopus broussonetii (Lacepède, 1800) Cepola striata Bloch & J. G. Schneider, 1801 Gobius brasiliensis Bloch & J. G....
- Cepola haastii is a bandfish of the family Cepolidae, found on the inner continental shelf around New Zealand. Its length is between 15 and 25 cm. This...
- Cepola schlegelii is a species of bandfish in the family Cepolidae. It occurs in the Pacific coastal waters of East Asia from central Honshu south to Taiwan...
- Cepola pauciradiata is a species of bandfish in the family Cepolidae. It is found on the Atlantic coast of Africa from Mauritania to Angola, and off the...
- insects. Hagfish have also been observed actively hunting the red bandfish, Cepola haastii, in its burrow, possibly using their slime to suffocate the fish...
- line, how to deal with the fish Cepola macrophthalma, a ribbon-like fish here called tainia (known in Italian as cepola and in modern Gr**** as kordella):...
- for nesting. Burrowing species include the mudskippers, the red band-fish Cepola rubescens (burrows up to 1 m deep, often with a side branch), the yellowhead...
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