The Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) is a benthopelagic fish of the family Gadidae,
widely consumed by humans. It is also commercially known as cod or codling.
The Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) is probably the best-known fish caught
commercially in UK waters. In appearance, the head is rather disproportionately
Physically, the Atlantic Cod and its close relatives are noted for being the only
group of fishes that have three distinct dorsal fins (along the back) and two
Size: Inshore Atlantic cod are often smaller than their offshore relatives. Inshore
cod typically are 27-34 inches long and weigh 6-12 pounds while offshore cod ...
Atlantic cod is one of the most important commercial fish species in Northern
Europe and North America's eastern coast. Large traditional fisheries dates back
Aug 10, 2014 ... Atlantic cod are found to be ever more in decline. Collapse of their ocean
pastures is shown to be the blame, but little save talk is proposed.
In the North Sea cod mature at 4-5 years at a length of about 50 cm. They spawn
in winter ... Capture area - North East Atlantic (FAO 27) Stock area - Northeast ...
Gadus morhua is commonly known as Atlantic cod and can be found along the
eastern and northern coasts of North America, along the coasts of Greenland, ...
When possible, look for Atlantic cod caught by hook and line because it will likely
be fresher than most trawl-caught cod. Atlantic cod has a firmer texture and ...
Image of Gadus morhua (Atlantic cod) ... Etymology: Gadus: Latin, gadus = a fish,
cod? ... feed at dawn or dusk on invertebrates and fish, including young cod.