ⓘ Lagocephalus sceleratus

                                     

ⓘ Lagocephalus sceleratus

Lagocephalus sceleratus, commonly known as the silver-cheeked toadfish, is an extremely poisonous marine bony fish in the family Tetraodontidae.

                                     
  • Lagocephalus sceleratus J. F. Gmelin, 1789 Silver - cheeked puffer Lagocephalus spadiceus J. Richardson, 1845 Half - smooth golden puffer Lagocephalus suezensis
  • The oceanic puffer, Lagocephalus lagocephalus is a pufferfish of the family Tetraodontidae, found in all tropical and subtropical oceans, at depths of
  • New Caledonia in the South Pacific, in the abdominal cavity of Lagocephalus sceleratus This species is characterized mainly by: length of spicules and
  • to attack divers in large numbers, like the silver pufferfish Lagocephalus sceleratus but they are not able to inflict large bites. Domestic animals
  • Arothron hispidus Ephippion guttifer Lagocephalus lagocephalus Lagocephalus sceleratus Lagocephalus spadiceus Lagocephalus suezensis Sphoeroides marmoratus
  • Unal T. Ceyhan M. Bilecenoglu 2005 First confirmed record of Lagocephalus sceleratus Gmelin, 1789 in the Mediterranean Sea Journal of Fish Biology