Common name of Squatina oculata
Common name Ange de mer ocellé
Language French
Type FAO
Official trade name No
Rank 4 - (Less common name)
Country France
Ref. FAO-FIES, 2018
Life stage juveniles and adults
Sex females and males
1st modifier
2nd modifier
Remarks 'Ange de mer', i.e., angel of the sea, from Dutch 'zeeëgel', i.e., sea hedgehog or 'jeeëngel', i.e., because the pectoral fins ressemble wings (Ref. 9404); 'ange' from Ecclesiastical Latin 'angelus' borrowed from Greek 'aggelos', i.e., messenger of God; 'mer' from Latin 'mare' (Ref. 9404); 'ocellé' from Latin 'ocellus', i.e., small eye, from 'oculus', i.e., eye (Ref. 9404). Also Ref. 171, 56807, 82178, 87040, 90062, 93840, 95632, 115257, 115257, 118272.
Entered by Carpenter, Kent E.
Modified by Jansalin, Jeremiah Glenn
Checked by Busson, Frédéric
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