National Geographic : 1954 Mar
392 The Lookdown Wears a High Brow and Stares Haughtily Along a Steep Nose Nicknamed horsehead, the lookdown ranges from Brazil to Cape Cod. It averages seven or eight inches at maturity and provides good sport and a tasty dish for the angler. This young specimen, as big as a half dollar, trails tendrillike fins several times its length. Adults display much shorter and less handsome fin structures. The author's wife, unfamiliar with the difference, proclaimed this catch a new or rare species.