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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Anoplopomatidae   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Anoplopomatidae, or the sablefish family, is a family of ray_finned fish consisting of just two species, both commercially important:
The largest of the greenlings and sculpins, skilfishes resemble a heavier version of a sablefish with mottled blue of dark and light shades.
Along with Pacific halibut, sablefish are managed in Alaska and British Columbia by an IFQ (Individual Fishing Quota) system, which allows individual longline fishermen to harvest a predetermined amount of fish anytime they want when the season is open from March 15 to November 15.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Anoplopomatidae   (237 words)

  
 Fish Genera in the Family Anoplopomatidae | Fish Database | Practical Fishkeeping
To search for more information on these fish, either enter their scientific name, or select the family they belong to, then select the genus.
According to the Integrated Taxonomic Information Service there are currently 2 genera in the family Anoplopomatidae.
Enter a keyword to search the site, or use the advanced search to search by section.
www.practicalfishkeeping.co.uk /pfk/pages/browser.php?utsn=167121   (118 words)

  
 Alaska Sablefish Facts
And although sablefish does resemble cod, it does not belong to the codfish family.
It's a member, instead, of the Anoplopomatidae family, a group of fish confined to the North Pacific.
Although this premium quality whitefish can attain a length of 40 inches and may weight up to 40 pounds, the average commercially-caught sablefish measures about two feet long and weighs less than 10 pounds.
www.alaskaseafood.org /flavor/sable.htm   (339 words)

  
  SEASWAP: Sablefish
Because sablefish resemble cod, they’re commonly called flcod.
The species, however, does not belong to the codfish family, but to the Anoplopomatidae family, a group of fishes confined to the North Pacific Ocean.
They range from Japan north into the Bering Sea and south through Alaska and British Columbia to Mexico, with highest concentrations in Alaska.
www.seaswap.info /background/sablefish.html   (434 words)

  
 Pacific Seafood Group
Although they are called fl cod, sablefish do not belong to the cod family.
They belong to the Anoplopomatidae family, a unique group of fish.
Along with Pacific halibut, sablefish are managed in Alaska and British Columbia by an IFQ (Individual Fishing Quota) system, which allows individual longline fishermen to harvest a predetermined amount of fish anytime they want when the season is open from March 15 to November 15.
pacseafood.com /products/sable_fish.html   (552 words)

  
 anoplopomatidae   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
See text for species.}}The sablefishes are a family, Anoplopomatidae of scorpaeniform fishes.
They are found in coastal waters of the north Pacific from Japan to California, where they live near the sea floor in deep water: the sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria, has been found down to 2,740 m.
They are commercially important fishes, and are often given the market name flcod.
www.transgenicfish.com /wiki/?title=Anoplopomatidae   (60 words)

  
 Auke Bay Laboratory sablefish research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Due to its rich oil content, it is exceptionally flavorful and an excellent fish for smoking.
Because sablefish resembles cod, it commonly is called flcod, though the species does not belong to the codfish family but instead is a member of the Anoplopomatidae family, a group of fishes confined to the North Pacific Ocean.
Sablefish are long-lived, and individuals have been estimated to live longer than 90 years.
www.afsc.noaa.gov /abl/MarFish/sablecruise.html   (467 words)

  
 Oregon Magazine
Velvety, rich, delicateĀ…these terms describe a fish native to the North Pacific that should earn your attention and has hit a new level of availability.
What is marketed as Black Cod is not a cod, but belongs to the family Anoplopomatidae and lives in very deep, cold water as far down as 2,500-3,000 feet deep.
This environment produces high oil content in the flesh that can only be rivaled by some wild Chinook Salmon and the Chilean Sea Bass that frequent Antarctic depths.
oregonmag.com /Seared603.htm   (527 words)

  
 Anoplopomatidae - Encyclopedia.com
Anoplopomatidae (sablefish; subclass Actinopterygii, order Scorpaeniformes) A family, comprising only two species, of marine fish with a streamlined body and two dorsal fins.
They are found in the N. Pacific region.
More information is at your fingertips at HighBeam Research:
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1O8-Anoplopomatidae.html   (424 words)

  
 Anoplopomatidae (GeoZoo)
> Life > Animalia > Chordata > Vertebrata > Actinopterygii > Scorpaeniformes > Anoplopomatidae
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www.geozoo.org /Life/Anoplopomatidae   (117 words)

  
 Publications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Contains information on marine fish species that may be suitable candidates for enhancement culture.
Families covered include Hexagrammidae, Cottidae, Anoplopomatidae, Pleuronectidae, Scorpaenidae, and Embiotocidae.
Proceedings from an October 1993 workshop to consider 1) whether marine fish populations could be enhanced, 2) whether certain species could be cultured for the market, and 3) whether any existing marine hatcheries might serve as models for enhancement culture in Puget Sound, Washington.
www.wsg.washington.edu /oysterstew/publications/oysterpub.html   (676 words)

  
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Orlov A.M., Biryukov LA. New data on spawning of sablefish Anoplopoma fimbria (Scorpaeniformes, Anoplopomatidae) in the Pacific waters off Kuril islands and Kamchatka 20
The results of the calculation of the polar bear number and corresponding statistical error and confidence limits for east and west parts of the count area and for total count area are given.
NEW DATA ON SPAWNING OF SABLEFISH ANOPLOPOMA FIMBRIA (SCORPAENIFORMES, ANOPLOPOMATIDAE) IN THE PACIFIC WATERS OFF KURIL ISLANDS AND KAMCHATKA
herba.msu.ru /russian/journals/bmsn/108/2003_4.html   (1258 words)

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