PIsces

Fish

To 25 cm long. Collection method: trap, seine, or hand collection at low tide

Pholis spp.

Gunnel 

To 15 cm. Collection method: SCUBA

Chirolophis nugator

Mosshead Warbonnet

To 2 m long (adult). Juvenile sent at ~1m. Collection method: SCUBA

Anarrichthys ocellatus

Wolf Eel

To 12 cm. Collection method: seine net

Cymatogaster aggregata

Shiner Perch

To 30 cm. Collection method: seine net or hook-and-line

Embiotica lateralis

Striped Surf Perch

Sent as juvenile, <30 cm. Collection method: SCUBA 

Sebastes miniatus

Vermillion Rockfish

Sent as juvenile, <30 cm. Collection method: SCUBA

Sebastes pinniger

Canary Rockfish

To 40 cm. Collection method: hook-and-line

Sebastes melanops

Black Rockfish

To 12 cm. Collection method: SCUBA

Jordania zonope

Longfin Sculpin

To 15 cm. Collection method: SCUBA

Nautichthys oculofasciatus

Sailfin Sculpin

To 40 cm. Collection method: SCUBA or hook-and-line

Enophrys bison

Buffalo Sculpin

To 30 cm. Collection method: SCUBA or hook-and-line

Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus

Red Irish Lord

To 5 cm. Collection method: captive-reared

Eumicrotremus orbis

Spiny Lumpsucker

To 20 cm. Collection method: SCUBA or seine net

Blepsias cirrhosus

Silver-Spotted Sculpin

To 7 cm. Collection method: SCUBA

Rhamphocottus richardsoni

Grunt Sculpin

To 45 cm. Collection method: SCUBA, seine net, or hook-and-line

Hexagrammos stelleri

White-Spot Greenling

To 20 cm. Collection method: SCUBA

Oxylebius pictus

Painted Greenling

To 150 cm. Collection method: SCUBA or hook-and-line

Ophiodon elongatus

Lingcod

To 30 cm. Collection method: seine net

Syngnathus griseolineatus

Bay Pipefish

To 18 cm. Collection method: seine net or cast net

Aulorhynchus flavidus

Tubesnout

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Please let us know if you are looking for an organism that does not appear on our species list, we still may be able to collect it for you. We always enjoy a challenge!

We collect with your display needs in mind. Therefore we collect large, show size specimens whenever possible. There are exceptions however: some fish and mollusc species travel better as juveniles. We will inform you when this is the case.