The Deep-sea dragonfish is a member of the Stomiidae family. There are many
genera and over two hundred different species altogether in the Stomiidae family
The deep sea dragonfish, or Grammatostomias flagellibarba, is a ferocious
predator in spite of its small size. It is one of many species known to inhabit the
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Jan 9, 2014 ... The deep sea dragonfish or viper fish is an awesome looking creature from the
middle depths of the ocean (this one comes from 600 metres or ...
The deep-sea dragonfish (Stomiidae), also called the barbeled dragonfish, uses
it's fang-like teeth to grab prey in its deep-sea environment. Like other deep-sea ...
As one of the most well known inhabitants of the deep sea, dragonfish became
easily recognizable with it's protruded jaw and giant, fang-like teeth. It can be ...
Find out what's known about Deep Sea Dragonfishes, Grammatostomias
flagellibarba, Actinopterygii, Stomiiformes, Stomiidae, including their world range
Mar 4, 2014 ... Deep-sea dragon fish may not see the light of the sun, but their vision has
evolved rapidly. Some turned from blue-seeing to red, and then ...
Both residual downwelling sunlight and bioluminescence, which are the two
main sources of illumination available in the deep sea, have limited wavebands ...
May 18, 2014 ... The black dragonfish (Idiacanthus atlanticus) is a very interesting, or perhaps
strange, looking fish that lives deep in the ocean — in the ...
One special family of deep-sea fishes carries around its own "night vision" ability.
... red light, gives the Malacosteidae a huge advantage in the deep sea.