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Lanternfish

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Lanternfishes (or myctophids, from the Greek mykter, "nose" and ophis, "serpent") are small mesopelagic fish of the large family Myctophidae. One of two families ...

Lanternfish - Deep Sea Creatures on Sea and Sky

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The lanternfish, also known as Symbolophorus barnardi, is a deep-water fish that gets its name from its ability to produce light. The light is produced by tiny ...

Lanternfish - MBGnet

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Typical of its family, with its blunt, rounded head and large eyes, the lanternfish has many light-producing organs, or photophores, arranged in short rows and ...

Myctophidae - Tree of Life Web Project

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Introduction. Myctophids, or lanternfishes, are among the most abundant group of mesopelagic fishes in the World's oceans. They range from the Arctic to the ...

ESL Teacher Resources, Job Boards, and Worksheets

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LANTERNFISH contains printable teaching resources for language arts, TESOL, TEFL and ESL. Young Learner Worksheets: Basic ESL worksheets for K7 ...

LANTERN FISHES. FAMILY MYCTOPHIDAE

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The most distinctive external characters of the lanternfishes are their large eyes ( situated close to the tip of the blunt snout), wide mouths gaping back beyond the  ...

Bioluminescent Fish Flashing Patterns Might Facilitate Mating

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Mar 3, 2014 ... A lanternfish from the genus Diaphus that was imaged and collected during the Explore21 Solomon Islands Expedition, in September 2013.

Myctophidae - Lanternfishes - Australian Museum

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Aug 14, 2015 ... Myctophidae - Lanternfishes. Access images and fact sheets of the myctophid fishes on the site. The Australian fauna contains at least 99 ...

Lanternfish Sticks at the Monterey Bay Aquarium

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Print-and-do activity to make deep sea lanternfish sticks from the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, California.

Deep-Sea Lanternfish Eat Tons of Plastic - LiveScience

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Nov 25, 2013 ... Recent research found less plastic trash than expected. Where is it going? Some of it is likely being eaten by deep-sea lanternfish, researchers ...

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Q: What is a Lanternfish?
A: Lanternfish are small, deep-sea fish that belong to the family Myctophidae. There are many genera of lanternfish, with hundreds of species between them. In gene... Read More »
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Q: What is a lanternfish?
A: lanternfish: small fish having rows of luminous organs along each side Read More »
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Q: What is a lanternfish's predators?
A: Lanternfish are preyed upon by whales, dolphins, squid, and even penguins in the arctic. Read More »
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Q: What are dwarf lanternfish?
A: The smallest shark is the dwarf Lanternfish (Etmopterus perryi) which is about 7 1/2 to Read More »
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Q: What part of the ocean do lanternfish live in?
A: midnight zone. Read More »
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