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Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Scorpaeniformes
Family: Cottidae Sculpins

Genus: Enophrys

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4 species (see list below)

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Photo by Nichols, J.

Eastern Pacific
Max. Length 37 cm TL
Enophrys bison (Girard, 1854)

Photo by Nichols, J.
 
Enophrys bison
[Buffalo sculpin]

Photo by Schories, D.

North Pacific
Max. Length 32 cm TL
Enophrys diceraus (Pallas, 1787)

Photo by Schories, D.
 
Enophrys diceraus
[Antlered sculpin]

Photo by Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, Canada

North Pacific
Max. Length 20 cm TL
Enophrys lucasi (Jordan & Gilbert, 1898)

Photo by Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, Canada
 
Enophrys lucasi
[Leister sculpin]
No picture found
Eastern Central Pacific
Max. Length 17 cm TL

 
Enophrys taurina
[Bull sculpin]
4 Species of Family Cottidae with Genus Enophrys
(Sculpins)
Sort by: Species Length Year
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Year Scientific Name English Name Distribution Max. Length (cm)
1854 Enophrys bison Buffalo sculpin Eastern Pacific 37 TL
1787 Enophrys diceraus Antlered sculpin North Pacific 32 TL
1898 Enophrys lucasi Leister sculpin North Pacific 20 TL
1914 Enophrys taurina Bull sculpin Eastern Central Pacific 17 TL



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