|Family||Scientific Name||Author||Year||Common Name|
|Phycidae||Enchelyopus cimbrius||(Linnaeus)||1766||Fourbeard Rockling|
Unique Characters: Four barbels – one at each anterior nostril; one at tip of snout; and one on chin. Dorsal fin in three parts: 1st part a single, thickened, unsegmented ray; 2nd part a low fleshy ridge of unsegmented rays in a shallow groove; and 3rd part long-based with 45 to 52 segmented rays.
Similar Species: None