Olive rockfish

The Olive rockfish lives in the demersal, non-migratory, brackish, marine, depth range 0 - 4 m environment.

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The olive rockfish, Acanthoclinus fuscus, is a longfin of the family Plesiopidae, found only in New Zealand's intertidal zone and in rock pools at low tide. Their length is up to 30 cm. More

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Description: Olive rockfish are similar in appearance to calico bass and are shaped very similar to bass species. They are an olive, brownish color and have white botches or spots on their upper sides. More

The body of the olive rockfish is elongate and compressed. The upper profile of the head is almost straight, and the snout is long and pointed. The lower jaw is projecting. More

An Olive Rockfish framed against a shadowed school of Blue Rockfish. Olives and blues are the only rockfish typically found in midwater. Photographed at Cypress Point, Carmel, Ca. More

Olive rockfish, Sebastes serranoides, Blue rockfish, Sebastes mystinus, Giant kelp, Macrocystis sp. Olive rockfish, ( Sebastes serranoides ) and blue rockfish ( Sebastes mystinus ) often school together. More

olive rockfish were taken in all three habitats. Yellowtail rockfish, canary rockfish, and vermilion rockfish were found in shallow reef and deep reef habitats. Black rockfish and gopher rockfish were ascribed to kelp bed and shallow reef habitats. More

Common names

Olive rockfish in English
暗棘鮗 in Chinese (中文)
暗棘鮗 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Plesiopidae
Genus : Acanthoclinus
Species : Acanthoclinus fuscus
Authority : Jenyns, 1842