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Sea fish of Kamchatka

Hock greenling

The Hock greenling is dorsal fin is divided into two almost equal parts by a notch. The forth lateral line is long stretching behind the mid-point of the anal fin. The head is rounded, Голова в профиль тупая, supraorbital semicircles are wide and short. The colors are mainly reddish. The length is up to 61 cm. The species occurs near south-eastern and south-western coasts of the peninsula, and in the Bering Sea. It inhabits coastal waters like white spotted greenling and masked greenling. Spawning occurs in summer.