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The Lanternfish offers an expansive selection of options ranging from sizes, brightness, material build, mounting, and many more variables to make it suitable fit for any application.
1977) and the most speciose, including almost 250 species referred to as lanternfish due to a variety of luminous organs, among which photophores are the most characteristic (Nelson, 2006).
From Rio Real, BA to Cabo Sao Tome, RJ (12-22oS), 27 larval lanternfish species were identified in 658 samples collected in depths <200 m (Castro et al.
In addition to the 10 stomachs examined for this study, another stomach was dissected and examined at sea by a NEFOP observer who retained only 14 otoliths: 9 Marlin-spike (Nezumia bairdii) and 5 Cocco's Lanternfish (Lobianchia gemellarii).
It is possible, for example, that the Horned Lanternfish (Ceratoscopelus maderensis) we recovered could have been secondarily introduced into the stomachs of the Sowerby's beaked whales that we examined, given the small size of the fish we recovered (4.
The most commonly found prey species, in order of abundance, were: 1) Madeira lanternfish (Ceratoscopelus maderensis), 3876 individuals, all but one from a single stomach; 2) silver hake (Merluccius bilinearis), 945 individuals from 22 stomachs; 3) sand lance (Ammodytes spp.
1, the northern anchovy (Engraulis mordax), Pacific mackerel (Scomber japonicus), the anchoveta (Cetengraulis mysticetus), jack mackerel (Trachurus symmetricus), and the lanternfish (unid.
The large contribution of lanternfish to the diets of snoek <50 cm is attributed to the fact that most of these fish were sampled during the second half of the year, i.
the Lampanyctodes hectoris, a commercially exploited lanternfish, is the most abundant in the Benguela Current, followed by Symbolophorus and Diaphus (Ahlstrom et al.