Grey gurnard

The Grey gurnard lives in the demersal, brackish, marine, depth range 10 - 340 m , usually 10 - 150 m environment.

Boat tactics: Gurnard are small fish, and the Grey Gurnard is the smallest Gurnard in Irish waters. They will tackle any bait with mackerel strip and ragworm an excellent cocktail. More

Distribution: The grey gurnard is often seen walking on the three spines in front of its breast fins. It prefers sandy substrate, sometimes as deep as 150 meters. During the night it sometimes migrate up to the intertidal zone. More

The Grey Gurnard Stuffed Boulogne Style recipe is from Boulogne (France). Comments: The grey gurnard is a relatively slender bodied gurnard with a sharply pointed snout. More

The grey gurnard is a bottom dwelling fish that lives along the coast of Europe as far south as the Mediteranian. They are found in deep or shallow waters from only a few feet deep down to about 200 feet deep. More

this grey gurnard is callet “knurr”, meaning “snarl/growl”. Then I understood why this fish had got this strange name in Norwegian. The grey gurnard was unhooked and released. More

record grey gurnard, caught off Milford Haven in 1976, weighed 1 lb 12 oz (approx. 0.8 kg). Grey gurnard can live for more than 15 years, but they reach maturity at two years (for males) or three years (for females). More

The grey gurnard is a relatively slender bodied gurnard with a sharply pointed snout. Like all gurnards it has a large head covered by protective bony plates and the lower three rays of the pectoral fins are separate and fleshy. More

Grey Gurnard (question 71)1 - Answer IPA Informants crooner III, XIV croony I, II gowdie More

Fishing Simulator 2 - Grey Gurnard information - Official Grey Gurnard record catch Record (lb's) Record (kg's) Venue / peg Date Angler 13 oz, 10 More

Although an offshore species, grey gurnard is occasionally found in shallow water. They spawn in April to August in deep water. The maximum life span rarely exceeds 6 years. They can attain a length of 45cm, but are usually around 30cm. More

Unlike the grey gurnard, the tub gurnard is thought to be a relatively short-lived fish, perhaps attaining an age of six or eight years. It feeds on fish for the most part, and sand eels, small flat fish and poor cod usually feature highly in its diet. More

Common names

Anzoleto piccolo in Italian (Italiano)
Benekli kirlangiç in Turkish (Türkçe)
Beneklikirlangiç baligi in Turkish (Türkçe)
Beneklikırlangıç balığı in Turkish (Türkçe)
Borracho in Spanish (español)
Cabra morena in Portuguese (Português)
Cabra-morena in Portuguese (Português)
Cap d'ase in Catalan (Català)
Capocchione in Italian (Italiano)
Capone gorno in Italian (Italiano)
Capone liscio in Italian (Italiano)
Cappone gorno in Italian (Italiano)
Capuene in Italian (Italiano)
Choeussanu in Italian (Italiano)
cnúdán in ir
Cocciu in Italian (Italiano)
Crego in Spanish (español)
Crodane glass in Manx (Ghaelg)
crooner in Sardinian (sardu)
crúdán in ir
Cuoccio in Italian (Italiano)
Dj‚j Sakhry in Arabic (‫العربية)
Djâj Sakhry in Arabic (‫العربية)
Facianu in Italian (Italiano)
Facianu 'mperiali in Italian (Italiano)
Gallina in Maltese (Malti)
Gallina griza in Maltese (Malti)
Gallinella in Italian (Italiano)
Gjel gri in Albanian (Shqip)
Gnoding in Swedish (Svenska)
Grå knurhane in Danish (dansk)
Grauer Knurrhahn in German (Deutsch)
Grauwe poon in Dutch (Nederlands)
Grey gurnard in English
Grey gurnard in Ukrainian (українська мова)
Grizokaponi in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Grizokaponi in Greek, Modern (1453)
Grondin in French (français)
Grondin gris in French (français)
Grugnau in Italian (Italiano)
Hôbô in Japanese (日本語)
Kanagashira in Japanese (日本語)
Kapóni in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Kapóni in Greek, Modern (1453)
Kappun tar-ramel in Maltese (Malti)
Kirlangiç in Turkish (Türkçe)
Kirlangiç baligi in Turkish (Türkçe)
Kırlangıç balığı in Turkish (Türkçe)
Knor in Norwegian (Norsk)
Knorhaan in Dutch (Nederlands)
Knorrhane in Swedish (Svenska)
Knot in English
Knot in Swedish (Svenska)
Knurhane in Danish (dansk)
Knurr in Norwegian (Norsk)
Knurrfisk in Norwegian (Norsk)
Knurrhahn in German (Deutsch)
Knurrhani in Faroese (Føroyskt)
Kokot in Serbian (српски језик)
Kokot sivac in Croatian (Hrvatski)
kurek in Polish (polski)
Kurek szary in Polish (polski)
Kyhmykurnusimppu in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Lastavica in Serbian (српски језик)
Lastavica prasica in Serbian (српски језик)
Lluerna verda in Catalan (Català)
Mazzola in Italian (Italiano)
morskoi petukh in Russian (русский язык)
Obyknovennyi morskoi petukh in Russian (русский язык)
Occhiobello di fora in Italian (Italiano)
Organo in Italian (Italiano)
Perla in Spanish (español)
Perlón in Spanish (español)
Pesce capone in Italian (Italiano)
poon in Dutch (Nederlands)
Pulicana in Italian (Italiano)
Rubios in Spanish (español)
Ruivo in Portuguese (Português)
Testagrossa in Italian (Italiano)
Trigla in Maltese (Malti)
Trilja (prasica) in Serbian (српски језик)
Urrari in Icelandic (Íslenska)
Vanlig knurr in Norwegian (Norsk)
Γκριζοκαπόνι in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Γκριζοκαπόνι in Greek, Modern (1453)
Καπόνι in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Κούκος in Greek (Ελληνικά)
北海綠鰭魚 in Mandarin Chinese
北海绿鳍鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
真魴鮄 in Mandarin Chinese
真鲂鮄 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Scorpaeniformes
Family : Triglidae
Genus : Eutrigla
Species : Eutrigla gurnardus
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758