Whitespotted conger (Conger myriaster) (Japanese name: ma-anago) is in the family of conger eels, widespread in the Northwest Pacific near the coasts of Japan, Korean Peninsula, and the East China Sea. C. myriaster inhabits shallow sea bottom sand and mud. It is also consumed as food. Its maximum total length is 100 cm.
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