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Synodus lobeli

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Actinopterygii
Family  Synodontidae
Rank  Species
Phylum  Chordata
Order  Aulopiformes
Genus  Synodus
Similar  Capricorn lizardfish, Speartoothed grinner, Offshore lizardfish

Synodus lobeli, Lobel's lizardfish, is a species of lizardfish that lives mainly in the Northwest Pacific Ocean.

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The Lobel's lizardfish is a species that can be found in the marine environment. They live within a demersal depth range of about 31 – 140 meters and within a tropical climate. The average length of this species as an unsexed male is about 23.4 centimeters or about 9.2 inches. They are considered to be a pale color with dark splotches on its upper body. They are native to the areas of Northwest Pacific, Japan, Eastern Central Pacific, Hawaii, and Taiwan. They are commonly found on sandy bottoms and are recorded to be a benthic species.

Classification

The taxonomic classification of the Synodus lobeli is as follows:

  • Kingdom-Animalia
  • Phylum-Chordata
  • Subphylum-Vertebrata
  • Superclass-Gnathostomata
  • Order-Aulopiformes
  • Family-Synodontidae
  • Genus-Synodus
  • Species-Synodus lobeli
  • References

    Synodus lobeli Wikipedia


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