Anarhichas lupus , the Atlantic wolffish, is also known as the "Atlantic catfish" and often lives alongside the Atlantic cod.
What does CAA stand for?
CAA stands for Atlantic Wolffish (FAO fish species code)
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If you dive or fish in New England, you know some of its natives: our sacred cod, the fierce-looking Atlantic wolffish, the endearing grey seals and the greatly endangered Northern right whales.
Scallop predators including Atlantic wolffish (Anarhichas lupus), Atlantic cod (G.
The story told the plight of the Atlantic wolffish that faces extinction due to years of industrial fishing practices which have decimated its deep underwater habitat.
The Atlantic wolffish (Anarhichas lupus), sold as "ocean catfish" to Boston diners, has been a critical part of the ocean ecology off New England for thousands of years.
The area is also important for many other fish species including Atlantic sea poacher, Atlantic wolffish (pictured) snake blenny and adult daubed shanny.