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Agonomalus proboscidalis

(Valenciennes, 1858)

Andrey Shpatak Barbed huchback poacher.(Agonomalus proboscidalis) Japan sea. North part Primorye, Russia. Rudnaya Bay. Nikon D700+Tokina 10-17mm(as 15mm on FF)

Giorgio Cavallaro Awesome!!!!

Ilse Merz wonderful!

Dieter Kudler Wow, what is that?

Andrey Shpatak Only fish. Not dragon.

Dieter Kudler Hello Andrey Shpatak - what fish is it and where did you take this very nice shot?

Francis Perez wooooww, absolutely awesome!!!

Andrey Shpatak Hello Dieter Kudler. I live & dive on north part of Russian part Japan Sea. This fish live on depth about 20m on sandy-shingly soil. Very good masks.

Tacdriver Randy Milbrand awesome!

Ajiex Dharma Lovely: )

Alexander Niedermair Woowh nice, never seen before :-))

Alvin Toh Wow...Never seen one yet.

Suzan Meldonian Oh love this amazing new creatures! woohoo!- here's another place to add onto my bucket list. I have got to dive to see once of these! And such a great shot!

J├╝rgen Pesch absolute amazing , fantastic shot!

Andrey Shpatak Welcome to Rudnaya Bay in next 2013 and dive with me for look & shot this fish.

Ilse Merz I would love to!

Stew Smith Looks kind of like a cross between a dragonet and a sea moth. Very cool. Are they rare to that location as I don't recall ever seeing an image of this fish. What size are they. Nice find and nice shot

Message posted on UWphotographers on 16 Oct 2012
Animalia (Kingdom)
  Chordata (Phylum)
    Vertebrata (Subphylum)
      Gnathostomata (Superclass)
        Pisces (Superclass)
          Actinopterygii (Class)
            Scorpaeniformes (Order)
              Agonidae (Family)
                Hypsagoninae (Subfamily)
                  Agonomalus (Genus)
                    Agonomalus proboscidalis (Species)
Associated Species