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Bull Huss (Scyliorbinus Stellaris) Record

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BULL HUSS / SCYLIORBINUS STELLARIS
2 4 6.92 15.4 Baggy Point England 021284 K. Paddon
4 8 5.56 12.4 Dingle Peninsular EIre 060975 D. Bing
6 12 8.28 18.4 Newhaven England 230676 J. Pemberton
8 16 6.15 13.9 Bristol Channel England 010787 K. Paddon
10 20 5.48 12.1 Tralee Bay Eire 020887 T. Lange
*AT AT 10.09 22.4 Minehead England 86 M. Hall
*SH SH 9.02 19.14 Pwllheli Wales 92 G.Ebbs

Bull Huss ( scyliobinus Stellaris) is a member of the dogfish family. It is usually found over rocky seabeds and broken ground where the mottled appearance of the fish iblends into the background.

The Bull Huss ( scyliobinus Stellaris) diet consists mainly of molluscs, crustaceans and small flatfish. Bull huss mate in the autumn and the females lay their eggs in shallow water close to shore. When the Bull Huss hatches almost 8 months later they are minitures of the adults and begin feeding almost immediately. They form large schools in shalow water in the summer months.

Bull Huss

 
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