The longnose gar ranges in length from 60–182 cm and weighs 0.

The Gar lives in the demersal, freshwater, brackish, pH range: 7.0 - 25.0, dH range: 10 - 15, depth range 0 - m , usually 0 - m environment.

In American English the name gar (or garpike) is strictly applied to members of the Lepisosteidae, a family including seven living species of fish in two genera that inhabit fresh, brackish, and occasionally marine, waters of eastern North America, Central America, and the Caribbean islands. More

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The alligator gar is Missouri's largest and most fascinating fish. When bow fisherman David Smith was trying to land Missouri's first state record alligator gar last year, he probably felt like he was fighting an alligator. More

Gar is the common name for any of the mainly freshwater, heavily armored fish comprising the family Lepisosteidae in the bony fish order Lepisosteiformes (or Semionotiformes), characterized by an elongated body and jaws, needlelike teeth, and scales that are heavy, More

GARgar - primitive predaceous North American fish covered with hard scales and having long jaws with needlelike teethbillfish, garfish, garpike, Lepisosteus osseusganoid, ganoid fish - primitive fishes having thick bony scales with a shiny coveringgenus Lepisosteus, Lepisosteus - type genus of the Lepisosteidae: freshwater More

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Common names

Alligatorfisch in German (Deutsch)
Bicudo de focinho comprido in Portuguese (Português)
Brochet lance á long nez in French (français)
Catán in Spanish (español)
catán aguja in Spanish (español)
Dlinnorylyi pantsirnik in Russian (русский язык)
Gar in English
Garpique longnez in French (français)
Gaspar picudo in Spanish (español)
Gemeiner Knochenhecht in German (Deutsch)
gemeiner Langschnäuziger in German (Deutsch)
Kaaimansnoek in Dutch (Nederlands)
Knochenhecht in German (Deutsch)
Kostlín americký in Czech (česky)
Kostlín dlouhonosý in Czech (česky)
Kostlín obecný in Czech (česky)
Langnasen-Knochenhecht in German (Deutsch)
Langnæset pansergedde in Danish (dansk)
Langneus beensnoek in Dutch (Nederlands)
Långnosad bengädda in Swedish (Svenska)
Langsnudet pansergedde in Danish (dansk)
Lépidostée osseuse in French (français)
lépisosté osseux in French (français)
Lépisostée osseuse in French (français)
Lépisostée osseux in French (français)
Lepisósteo óseo in Spanish (español)
Long-nose gar in English
Long-nosed gar in English
longnose gar in English
Luccio alligatore in Italian (Italiano)
Luuhauki in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Niszczuka a. luskost in Polish (polski)
Pejelagarto in Spanish (español)
Schlanker Knochenhecht in German (Deutsch)
雀鱔 in Mandarin Chinese
雀鳝 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Lepisosteiformes
Family : Lepisosteidae
Genus : Lepisosteus
Species : Lepisosteus osseus
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758