Blepsias cirrhosus also known as the silverspotted sculpin is a scorpaeniform marine fish in the sea raven family Hemitripteridae, they are native to the northern Pacific Ocean from the Sea of Japan, Alaska to San Miguel Island off southern California. Its name originates from its elongated, sail-like first dorsal fin, the sailfin sculpin is also a popular subject in public aquariums.
- A list of fishes of Peter the Great Bay (the Sea of Japan). Jpan: J. Ichthyol. 1998. p. 6.
- "Silverspotted sculpin". Fishbase. fishbase organization. Retrieved 25 June 2013.
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