|Family||Scientific Name||Author||Year||Common Name|
|Ophichthidae||Echiophis intertinctus||(Richardson)||1848||Spotted Spoon-nose Eel|
Unique Characters: Tail tip a hard or fleshy finless point. Dorsal fin arises behind nape. Pectoral fins present. Gill openings unconstructed, inferior or lateral. Spotted species. Teeth pointed. Pectoral fins present, larger than eye; pectoral-fin base restricted, opposite upper half of gill openings. Dorsal-fin origin behind head. Head and trunk as long as or shorter than tail. Eye before middle of upper jaw. Some teeth long and fang-like.
Similar Species: None.