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Noun1.Sebastodes - rockfishesSebastodes - rockfishes        
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Scorpaenidae, Scorpaenidae - scorpionfishes; rockfishes; lionfishes
rockfish - marine food fish found among rocks along the northern coasts of Europe and America
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Northern range extension of three species of rockfish (Sebastodes rubrivinctus, S.
Synopsis of biological data on Pacific ocean perch, Sebastodes alutus.
1840) Lepeophtheims Clinidae Heterostichus patviventris Wilson, rostratas Girard 1905 1854b Labridae Halichoeres semicinctus (Ayres, 1859) (as Iridio semicinctus) Scorpaenidae Sebastes rubrivinctus (Jordan & Gilbert, 1880) (as Sebastodes rubrivinctus) Urotrygonidae Urobatis halleri (Cooper, 1863) (as Urolophus halleri) Lepeophtheims parvus Embiotocidae Cymatogaster Wilson, 1908 aggregata Gibbons, 1854 Embiotocidae Damalichthys vacca (Girard, 1855) Labridae Semicossyphus pulcher (Ayres, 1854) (as Pimelometopon pulcher and P.
Moser (1967) illustrated a 4.2-mm early-stage larva as Sebastodes rhodochloris.
Since Sebastes paucispinis is very different from Sebastes norvegicus, but clearly related to it, its discovery prompted Gill (1861) to erect another genus for it: Sebastodes. This began a trend by Gill and others to establish generic or subgeneric groupings as more and more similar species were described on both sides of the North Pacific during the 1860's-1880's (Fig.
Sebastodes mystinus (Jordan and Gilbert, 1881): White-aves, 1887:135 (first record of capture in Canada); Jordan and Evermann, 1898:1785 (in part, presence in Puget Sound); Phillips, 1957:52-53 (in part); Clemens and Wilby, 1961:252-253.
A new fish of the genus Sebastodes from British Columbia, with notes on others.
Life history studies on ten species of rockfish (genus Sebastodes).
Fecundity of Sebastodes alutus Gilbert in the Gulf of Alaska.