shorthorn sculpin

A species of fish in Cottidae family, Myoxocephalus scorpius.
Syn: bullrout, bullhead, father lasher, goat sculpin, guffy, horny whore, pig-fish, scolping, scopin, scopy, scully, sculpin, scummy, scumpy, short-spined sea scorpion, warty sculpin

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