The gray starsnout (Bathyagonus alascanus, also known as the gray starsnout poacher in the United States) is a fish in the family Agonidae (poachers). It was described by Charles Henry Gilbert in 1896. It is a marine, temperate water-dwelling fish which is known from the eastern Pacific Ocean, from the coast of the Bering Sea in Alaska, to the Oregon-California border. It dwells at a depth range of 18-252 metres, and inhabits rocky areas. Males can reach a maximum total length of 13 centimetres.
- Synonyms of Bathyagonus alascanus at www.fishbase.org.
- Common names for Bathyagonus alascanus at www.fishbase.org.
- Bathyagonus alascanus at www.fishbase.org.
- Gilbert, C. H., 1896 (9 Dec.) [ref. 1628] The ichthyological collections of the steamer Albatross during the years 1890 and 1891. United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Report of the Commissioner v. 19 (for 1893) (art. 6): 393-476, Pls. 20-35.
- Organisms preying on Bathyagonus alascanus at www.fishbase.org.
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