National Geographic : 1923 Dec
©N.G.S. liluylamJLl IVuIayIIIa SQUIRREL HAKE (Urophycis chuss) [at top]; CUSK (Brosmius brosme) [center]; WHITING (Merluccius bilinearis) The Squirrel Hake, belonging to the Codfish family, ranges from Labrador to Hatteras on the Atlantic coast. Itisused inmaking boneless Cod, and its air bladder is used in the manufacture of isinglass and glue. The Cusk, also a member of the Codfish family,iswidely caught inthe present New England fisheries. The Whiting, sometimes known as the Silver Hake, commonly inhabits the middle depths of the continental slope.