GADIFORMES

United States of America 1986North Korea 1966Faroe Islands 1983Faroe Islands 1983
Atlantic Cod
Gadus morhua
(Gadidae)
Pacific Cod
Gadus macrocephalus
(Gadidae)
Tusk
Brosme brosme
(Gadidae)
Haddock
Melanogrammus aeglefinus
(Gadidae)
Republic of Palau 2000Peru 2004
Roundhead Grenadier
Squalogadus modificatus
(Macrouridae)
Peruvian Hake
Merluccius gayi
(Merlucciidae)


Iceland 1984 COPPER-NICKEL
Atlantic Cod
Gadus morhua
(Gadidae)
(GADIFORMES)

Alaska Pollock
Theragra chalcogramma
(Gadidae)
(GADIFORMES)
Japanese Grenadier
Caelorinchus japonicus
(Macrouridae)
(GADIFORMES)
Roundhead Grenadier
Squalogadus modificatus
(Macrouridae)
(GADIFORMES)


A body of Pacific Cod is slim, and Pacific Cod has a mustache on the tip of the common lower jaw. The ventral fin is in front whether it is the position of the chest generally. Most kinds have a "tire tube". It lives in the sea and mainly lives in the sea which is deeper than 200m. It includes a lot of important fishery resources, but cod / grenadier / the gadoid of the North Pacific, the atlantic ocean cod of North Atlantic Ocean are particularly important. A thing called "a cod roe" and "seasoned cod roe" is an artefact of the ovaries of the walleye pollock. "The pickpocket body" of Grenadier is used as materials of fish paste such as the kamaboko widely.

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