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Lagocephalus sceleratus (Gmelin, 1788)
Bat-shaped body. Reaches sizes of ≈100 cm, but the common length is ≈50 cm. Mouth with fused jaw teeth which are very sharp. A characteristic silver band runs along the sides. Back silvery-grey with black dots of nearly equal size, belly white.
Records of Lagocephalus sceleratus
Sites where Lagocephalus sceleratus has been recorded in the Hellenic Sea.