Red gurnard

The Red gurnard lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 15 - 400 m, usually 30 - 250 m environment.

ANIMAL SPECIES:Little Red Gurnard Perch, Maxillicosta raoulensis (Eschmeyer and Poss, 1976) - Add comment Add tags As its common name suggests, the Little Red Gurnard Perch is a small species of scorpionfish that unlike other species of Maxillicosta, has More

The Red Gurnard has brightly coloured pectoral fins that are used for display or startling potential predators. Identification The Red Gurnard has a bony head and a blunt snout that lacks spines. More

Home » Food & Drink » Seasonal Cooking » Red Gurnard Popular Gourmet Fish in UK Red Gurnard Popular Gourmet Fish in UK = British Chefs Endorse Eating Red Gurnard for Marine Conservation - © Susan Morris More

for three small red gurnards the incredible sum of 30,000 sestercii, which represents about $360 of our currency. More

Red Gurnard is widespread around New Zealand and are found on sandy shell seabeds to a depth of about 180 metres. Small juveniles perfer shallow waters and are therefore often caught in shallow harbours. More

red gurnard, increasing in popularity as a conservationist's white fish, may like to cook up a seafood casserole using red gurnard with prawns. More

Red gurnard; Red gurnard perch; Gurnard; Bluefin gurnard; Lesser gurnard; Cape gurnard; Spiny gurnard; Armoured gurnard; Blackspotted gurnard; Tub gurnard; Spotwing gurnard; Supreme gurnard; Piper gurnard; Spotted gurnard; Flying gurnard; Starry flying gurnard; Black-finned gurnard; Oriental flying gurnard; Antrorse spined gurnard; Rough More

The red gurnard, like all sea robins, spends much of its time "walking" on the seafloor, using its free pectoral rays to probe the sediment for food. Capable of making sounds using drumming muscles that are beaten against the gas bladder. Venom has not been found. More

Red gurnard (Aspitrigla cuclus) are common in the waters of Great Britain and make for good eating. The American gurnard (Prinotus carolinus), or sea robin, has delicately flavored, quite firm flesh. More

Of the six species known in northern European waters, red gurnard is most commonly exploited as a food fish. Although widely distributed throughout the Atlantic it is not abundant, except locally. CAPTURE OR FARMING INFORMATION Red gurnard taken as by-catch in trawl fisheries. More

recent directed research on red gurnard and lack of current stock assessments, the inclusion of several stocks in one quota management area and the lack of a management plan. Economic value: Export value of about $1 million mainly to Japan. More

The red gurnard has a stout body, large head and eyes and moderately large scales. It is one of the smallest of the European gurnards reaching a maximum length of 40cm. More

The red gurnard is found in a wide variety of habitats within European Atlantic waters. It is widely distributed around the coasts of Britain and Ireland but is absent from most of the east coast of Britain. More

Red Gurnard Close-Up at the fish markets in Auckland. More

Introduction: The Eastern Atlantic Red Gurnard, to give it its full name is called "the chicken of the sea" and tastes extremely nice. It is a shame it is such a small fish. More

Red Gurnard (Cheildonichthy kumu) Photographs and Information = gurnared1.jpg (3807 bytes) wpeC. More

stock photo : Red Gurnard fish on a marble slab red gurnard fish on a marble... More

The Red Gurnard Perch lives in the cooler waters of New Zealand and Southern Australia. It goes by quite a few common names. More

Common names

Angiulitine in Italian (Italiano)
Anzoleto in Italian (Italiano)
Arete in Spanish (español)
Aspidokaponi in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Aspidokaponi in Greek, Modern (1453)
Cabra in Portuguese (Português)
Cabra vermelha in Portuguese (Português)
Cabra-vermelha in Portuguese (Português)
Cabrinha in Portuguese (Português)
Capacchiaune in Italian (Italiano)
Capocchione in Italian (Italiano)
Capone in Italian (Italiano)
Capone coccio in Italian (Italiano)
Capone imperiale in Italian (Italiano)
Cappone coccio in Italian (Italiano)
Cappone imperiale in Italian (Italiano)
Captan jiarg in Manx (Ghaelg)
Capuane in Italian (Italiano)
Capune in Italian (Italiano)
Caviglia in Italian (Italiano)
Choeussano in Italian (Italiano)
Cocciu in Italian (Italiano)
cockoo gurnard in Unknown
Cuccià in Italian (Italiano)
Cucciunette in Italian (Italiano)
cuckoo gurnard in English
Cuco in Spanish (español)
Cuoccio in Italian (Italiano)
Dikenlikirlangiç in Turkish (Türkçe)
Dikenlikirlangiç b. in Turkish (Türkçe)
Dikenlikırlangıç in Turkish (Türkçe)
Djâj in Arabic (‫العربية)
Dyk el May in Arabic (‫العربية)
East Atlantic red gurnard in English
Engelse poon in Dutch (Nederlands)
Engelse soldaat in Dutch (Nederlands)
Escacho in Spanish (español)
Facianu in Italian (Italiano)
Fagianu in Italian (Italiano)
Fidea in Italian (Italiano)
Gallina in Maltese (Malti)
Gallinella in Italian (Italiano)
Gallinella imperiale in Italian (Italiano)
Gallinetta in Maltese (Malti)
Ghadma in Maltese (Malti)
Gjeli i kuq i detit in Albanian (Shqip)
Grondin in French (français)
grondin pin in French (français)
Grondin rouge in French (français)
Kapóni in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Kapóni in Greek, Modern (1453)
Kirlangiç in Turkish (Türkçe)
Knorhaan in Dutch (Nederlands)
Knurrhahn in German (Deutsch)
Kokot bijelac in Croatian (Hrvatski)
Kokot kamenjar in Croatian (Hrvatski)
Kokotic kamenjar in Croatian (Hrvatski)
Krassnyi morskoi petukh in Russian (русский язык)
Krkotajka in Serbian (српски језик)
Kuckucksknurrhahn in German (Deutsch)
Kurek naplon in Polish (polski)
Lluerna roja in Catalan (Català)
Mastidduzza 'mperiali in Italian (Italiano)
Musoduro in Italian (Italiano)
Occhiobello in Italian (Italiano)
Organo in Italian (Italiano)
Peona in Spanish (español)
Pesce capone in Italian (Italiano)
poon in Dutch (Nederlands)
Punakurnusimppu in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Red gurnard in English
Red gurnard in Ukrainian (українська мова)
Rödknot in Swedish (Svenska)
Rubio in Spanish (español)
Ruivo in Portuguese (Português)
Seekuckuck in German (Deutsch)
Soldier in English
Teste in Italian (Italiano)
Trigghiuni di fangu in Italian (Italiano)
Tværstribet knurhane in Danish (dansk)
Tverrstripet knurr in Norwegian (Norsk)
Zumbrell in Maltese (Malti)
Zumbrell ghadma in Maltese (Malti)
Ασπιδοκαπόνι in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Ασπιδοκαπόνι in Greek, Modern (1453)
Καπόνι in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Κούκος in Greek (Ελληνικά)

Order : Scorpaeniformes
Family : Triglidae
Genus : Aspitrigla
Species : Aspitrigla cuculus
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758