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LAXLos Angeles, CA, USA - Los Angeles International Airport (Airport Code)
LAXLacrosse
LAXLa Crosse (Wisconsin, USA)
LAXLazy Api for Xml
LAXLatin American Xchange (TNA Tag Team)
LAXLanternfish (FAO fish species code)
LAXLos Angeles Exhibition (visual and performing arts; est. 1994)
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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.
"According to Iran Fishery Organization, some 479 foreigners are fishing for Lanternfish in the province, using 91 fishing vessels," Mohammad Ali Salimi, the head of the province's Department of Cooperatives, Labour, and Social Welfare, said, IRNA reported on October 11.
The Myctophidae (lanternfishes) comprise a family of fishes whose members are both extremely abundant and distributed throughout the world's oceans (Gjosaeter and Kawaguchi, 1980; Irigoien et al., 2014).
Fossil lanternfish otoliths of California, with notes on fossil Myctophidae of North America.
Among these, Myctophidae is the dominant family (Nafpaktitis et al., 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).
Most prey were from 5 fish taxa: Shortbeard Codling (Laemonema barbatulum) accounted for 35.3% of otoliths, Cocco's Lanternfish (Lobianchia gemellarii) contributed 12.9%, Marlin-spike (Nezumia bairdii) composed 10.8%, lanternfishes (Lampanyctus spp.) accounted for 8.4%; and Longfin Hake (Phycis chesteri) contributed 6.7%.
acutus on the continental slope contained 7750 otoliths of the Madeira lanternfish (Ceratoscopelus maderensis).
(rockfishes), Stenobrachius leucopsarus (northern lampfish), Tarletonbeania crenularis (blue lanternfish), and Lyopsetta exilis (slender sole), and the dominant egg taxa were Sardinops sagax (Pacific sardine), Icichthys lockingtoni (medusafish), and Chauliodus macouni (Pacific viperfish).
The total number of fish (lanternfish and hatchetfish) in the samples was low (only 0.1% of total stomach volume).
At Los Cantiles and Isla Granito important prey were lanternfish (Diaphus sp.), northern anchovy (Engraulis mordax), Pacific cutlassfish (Trichiurus nitens), shoulderspot (Caelorinchus scaphopsis), and Pacific whiting (Merluccius productus) (Sanchez-Arias, 1992; Bautista-Vega, 2000), whereas at Isla Racito, important prey were Pacific sardine (Sardinops caeruleus), Pacific mackerel (Scomber japonicus), grunt (Haemulopsis spp.), rockfish (Sebastes spp.), and Pacific whiting (Merluccius spp.) (Orta-Davila, 1988).
In descending order, the most important prey items were as follows: lanternfish Lampanyctodes hectoris (IRI=46.5), euphausids Euphausia leucens (IRI=23), and the amphipod Themisto gaudichaudi (IRI-14.2) for early juveniles (5-24 cm); lanternfish (IRI=34.4), T.