The gnomefishes are a small family Scombropidae of marine fish, consisting of three species in the genus Scombrops. They have two dorsal fins and are notable for scales covering the soft parts of the dorsal and anal fins. The eyes are large. The gnomefish, Scombrops boops, lives in deep rocky areas, down to 400 m. It can grow to 150 cm total length and 16 kg weight. Scombrops gilberti occurs in the western Pacific including Japan. More information...
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