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|Scientific Name||Zaniolepis latipiniis|
|Conservation Status||Data Defficient|
The living species, the longspine combfish (Z. latipinnis), has rough, sandpaper-like skin, and lives in cold marine waters. It inhabits the muddy bottoms of shallow coastal waters, between 35 and 250 meters (100 to 800 feet) depth.