Fishes majolica panel - small red scorpionfish - Scorpaena notata

Fishes majolica panel - small red scorpionfish - Scorpaena notata



Panel hand-made with 12 tiles 15x15 cm.
Tiles hand-painted on handmade tiles.
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Small red scorpionfish (Scorpaena notate, Rafinesque, 1810).

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480,00 €

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Height 17.72 in 45 cm
Width 23.62 in 60 cm
Thickness 0.47 in 1,2 cm
Weight 17.64 lbs 8 Kg
Manufacturing Recuperando srl
Material Majolica tiles

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Small red scorpionfish (Scorpaena notate, Rafinesque, 1810) is a venomous Scorpionfish, common in marine subtropical waters. It is widespread in the Eastern Atlantic from the Bay of Biscay to Senegal, Madeira, Azores and the Canary Islands, including the Mediterranean (rare in northern Adriatic) and the Black Sea.
The small red scorpionfish has a maximum length of about 20 cm (8 in) but a more normal adult length is around 15 cm (6 in). The head is broad with a short snout and upwardly angled mouth. There is a short tentacle just above the eye and various other shorter tentacles, spines and flaps of skin decorating the head. The dorsal fin has twelve spines and nine soft rays and the anal fin has two spines and six soft rays. The pectoral fins are large and oval and have seventeen to nineteen rays. There are about forty-four vertical rows of scales on the body but the head, chest and the base of the pectoral fins are naked. The colour of this fish is generally reddish-brown and there is a large, semicircular pigmented spot between the sixth and tenth dorsal spines. The fins are spotted with brown and the caudal fin is unbarred.


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