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Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Scorpaeniformes
Family: Cottidae Sculpins

Genus: Icelus

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Northwest Pacific

Icelus armatus (Schmidt, 1916)

Photo by Photo by Orlov, A.
 
Icelus armatus
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Western Atlantic
Max. Length 15.7 cm SL
Icelus bicornis (Reinhardt, 1840)

Photo by Photo by Svensen, E.
 
Icelus bicornis
[Twohorn sculpin]



North Pacific
Max. Length 21.1 cm TL
Icelus canaliculatus Gilbert, 1896

Photo by Photo by Orlov, A.
 
Icelus canaliculatus
[Blacknose sculpin]



Northwest Pacific
Max. Length 30 cm TL
Icelus cataphractus (Pavlenko, 1910)

Photo by Photo by Suzuki, T.
 
Icelus cataphractus
[]
No picture found

Max. Length 9.2 cm SL

 
Icelus ecornis
[]
No picture found

Max. Length 15 cm TL

 
Icelus euryops
[]
No picture found

Max. Length 11 cm TL

 
Icelus gilberti
[]
No picture found


 
Icelus mandibularis
[]



Northwest Pacific

Icelus ochotensis Schmidt, 1927

Photo by Photo by Suzuki, T.
 
Icelus ochotensis
[]



Northwest Pacific
Max. Length 15.6 cm TL
Icelus perminovi Taranetz, 1936

Photo by Photo by Orlov, A.
 
Icelus perminovi
[Scaly-belly sculpin]
No picture found

Max. Length 12 cm TL

 
Icelus rastrinoides
[]
No picture found

Max. Length 5.3 cm SL

 
Icelus sekii
[]



Arctic to Northwest Atlan
Max. Length 21 cm TL
Icelus spatula Gilbert & Burke, 1912

Photo by Photo by Byrkjedal, I.
 
Icelus spatula
[Spatulate sculpin]



North Pacific
Max. Length 24 cm TL
Icelus spiniger Gilbert, 1896

Photo by Photo by Orlov, A.
 
Icelus spiniger
[Thorny sculpin]



Northwest Pacific.
Max. Length 12.4 cm SL
Icelus stenosomus Andriashev, 1937

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Icelus stenosomus
[]
No picture found

Max. Length 13 cm SL

 
Icelus toyamensis
[]
No picture found

Max. Length 16 cm TL

 
Icelus uncinalis
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17 species

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Scientific Name English Name Distribution Max. Length (cm) Year
Icelus armatus Northwest Pacific 1916
Icelus bicornis Twohorn sculpin Western Atlantic 15.7 SL 1840
Icelus canaliculatus Blacknose sculpin North Pacific 21.1 TL 1896
Icelus cataphractus Northwest Pacific 30 TL 1910
Icelus ecornis Northwest Pacific 9.2 SL 1996
Icelus euryops North Pacific 15 TL 1890
Icelus gilberti Northwest Pacific 11 TL 1936
Icelus mandibularis Northwest Pacific 1983
Icelus ochotensis Northwest Pacific 1927
Icelus perminovi Scaly-belly sculpin Northwest Pacific 15.6 TL 1936
Icelus rastrinoides Northwest Pacific 12 TL 1936
Icelus sekii Northwest Pacific 5.3 SL 2006
Icelus spatula Spatulate sculpin Arctic to Northwest Atlan 21 TL 1912
Icelus spiniger Thorny sculpin North Pacific 24 TL 1896
Icelus stenosomus Northwest Pacific. 12.4 SL 1937
Icelus toyamensis Northwest Pacific 13 SL 1951
Icelus uncinalis Northeast Pacific 16 TL 1912



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