|Longspine Combfish (Z. latipinnis)|
Zaniolepis is a genus of scorpaeniform fish native to the eastern Pacific Ocean. Z. frenata is known to have been a source of food to the Native American inhabitants of San Nicolas Island off the coast of southern California, United States during the Middle Holocene.
The currently recognized species in this genus are:
|Image||Scientific name||Common Name||Distribution|
|Zaniolepis frenata C. H. Eigenmann & R. S. Eigenmann, 1889||shortspine combfish||Pacific Ocean southern Oregon, USA to central Baja California, Mexico.|
|Zaniolepis latipinnis Girard, 1858||longspine combfish||northeast Pacific Ocean|
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- Vellanoweth, R. L. & Erlandson, J. M. (1999): Middle Holocene Fishing and Maritime Adaptations at CA-SNI-161, San Nicolas Island, California. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 21(2): pp. 257-274
- Froese, Rainer and Pauly, Daniel, eds. (2012). Species of Zaniolepis in FishBase. December 2012 version.