any one of numerous commonly distributed marine fishes associated with the household Triglidae, having big fanlike pectoral fins and a big armored head and including the water robins.
The traveling gurnard.
some of different marine fish of this family Triglidae, having a sizable armored head and fingerlike pectoral fins useful for crawling along the ocean base.
One ofseveral European marine fishes, associated with genus Trigla and allied genera, having a large and spiny head, with mailed cheeks. A few of the species tend to be extremely esteemed for meals. Title can be placed on the American water robins.
Any fish of the family Triglidæ, and especially of the restricted subfamily Triglinæ; a triglid or trigline.
The gemmous dragonet, Callionymus lyra, much more fully known as yellowish gurnard. See cut-under Callionymus.
A flying-fish or flying-robin of the family members Cephalacanthidæ (or Dactylopteridæ), much more completely called flying-gurnard. The best-known species is Cephalacanthus or Dactylopterus volitans. See cut-under Dactyloptcrus.
bottom-dwelling seaside fishes with spiny armored minds and fingerlike pectoral fins useful for crawling across the water base