Kelp Rockfish has a scientific name Sebastes atrovirens. It is a specie of S. atrovirens, Genus
Sebastes and family Sebastidae.
These fishes are endemic to the waters of the Pacific Ocean along the coast of California in the US.
In the waters, these fishes are seen in the rocky seabed and kelp waters. As a predator, it hunts in the night
The colour anatomy of the fish is in tan, brown, green, black and brown-coloured. The length of the Kelp Rockfish is less than 12 meters.
These fishes are also a popular catch for spearfishing and angling.