The Acadian redfish (Sebastes fasciatus), also known as the Atlantic redfish, is a
marine deep-water fish belonging to the family Sebastidae. Found in the ...
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Found in the northern Atlantic Ocean, the Acadian redfish lives in depths of 70–
592 meters. S. fasciatus is colored reddish-orange, can live up to 50 years or ...
Acadian redfish– also called ocean perch– is a bottom-dwelling school fish that
has been harvested locally for generations. The striking color of this fish give it its
The Acadian redfish, S. fasciatus Storer, (Robbins et al. 1991a) and the
deepwater redfish, S. mentella Travin, are virtually indistinguishable from each
Inhabits shallow water; rocky or clay-silt bottom (Ref. 5951). Bears live young.
Gregarious during all life. Feeds on euphausiids, decapods, mysids, small ...
Acadian redfish or ocean perch is a slow-growing, long-lived deepwater fish of
rocky, mud, or clay bottom habitats, although they move closer to shore in winter.
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