nearshore fish

  • "Nearshore fish" means:

    (a) Enophrys bison, commonly known as buffalo sculpin;

    (b) Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus, commonly known as red Irish lord;

    (c) Hemilepidotus spinosus, commonly known as brown Irish lord;

    (d) Scorpaenichthys marmoratus, commonly known as cabezon;

    (e) Hexagrammos decagrammus, commonly known as kelp greenling;

    (f) Hexagrammos lagocephalus, commonly known as rock greenling;

    (g) Hexagrammos stelleri, commonly known as whitespotted greenling;

    (h) Oxylebius pictus, commonly known as painted greenling;

    (i) Sebastes atrovirens, commonly known as kelp rockfish;

    (j) Sebastes auriculatus, commonly known as brown rockfish;

    (k) Sebastes carnatus, commonly known as gopher rockfish;

    (L) Sebastes caurinus, commonly known as copper rockfish;

    (m) Sebastes chrysomelas, commonly known as black and yellow rockfish;

    (n) Sebastes dalli, commonly known as calico rockfish;

    (o) Sebastes maliger, commonly known as quillback rockfish;

    (p) Sebastes miniatus, commonly known as vermilion rockfish;

    (q) Sebastes nebulosus, commonly known as china rockfish;

    (r) Sebastes nigrocinctus, commonly known as tiger rockfish;

    (s) Sebastes rastrelliger, commonly known as grass rockfish;

    (t) Sebastes serranoides, commonly known as olive rockfish; or

    (u) Sebastes serriceps, commonly known as treefish.

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