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Pseudobathylagus milleri

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Pseudobathylagus milleri, the Stout blacksmelt, is a species of deep-sea smelt native to the north Pacific Ocean where it is found to depths of 6,600 metres ...

Pseudobathylagus milleri, Stout blacksmelt - FishBase

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Upload your photos and videos · Pictures | Google image · Image of Pseudobathylagus milleri (Stout blacksmelt). Pseudobathylagus milleri. Picture by Orlov, A.

PHY's MIDWATER/Mesopelagic - Whitman College

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Viper/Dragonfish gape, blacksmelt .. fish gel. Stout Blacksmelt and "gel" layer. Pseudobathylagus (Bathylagus) milleri (200-1400m; max. 6600m !) --see related  ...

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Many deep-sea fish such as the stout blacksmelt have very large eyes to capture what little light exists. Other animals such as tripodfishes are essentially blind ...

The Extender: who you callin fat?

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Nov 11, 2010 ... There is a genus of stout newts (how Gussie Fink-Nottle), and at least twenty other "stout" species: the stout red shrimp, the stout blacksmelt, the ...

FISH of the Aleutians - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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Oncorynchus tshawytscha. Dolly varden. Salvelinus malma. Deepsea smelts. Stout blacksmelt. Bathylagus milleri. California smoothtongue. Bathylagus stilbius .

Rare Video Shows Deep-Sea Squid Fighting Epic Battle With an ...

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Jan 28, 2014 ... The owlfish Pseudobathylagus milleri, also called the stout blacksmelt, also lives in the deep waters of the north Pacific Ocean, to depths of ...

Deep Sea Adaptations | Beth O'Donnell - Academia.edu

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Many deep-sea fish such as the stout blacksmelt have very large eyes to capture what little light exists and also to catch prey and avoiding predators. Lanternfish ...

BBC - Earth - What does it take to live at the bottom of the ocean?

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Jan 29, 2015 ... Some deep-sea fishes, like the stout blacksmelt, have giant eyes to capture the faintest glimmers. Others have abandoned vision. The tripodfish ...

A Large Aggregation of Liparids at 7703 meters and a Reappraisal ...

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Similarly, Bathylagus pacificus Gilbert 1890 (slender blacksmelt) and Pseudobathylagus milleri (Jordan and Gilbert 1898; stout blacksmelt) are also ...

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Pseudobathylagus milleri (Big-scaled Black Smelt, Robust ...

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Home > Pseudobathylagus milleri (Big-scaled Black Smelt, Robust Blacksmelt, Stout ... English, –, Stout Blacksmelt, Robust Blacksmelt, Big-scaled Black Smelt ...

Into the Deep with Daniel - Atmosphere Resorts & Spa

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Aug 23, 2015 ... Some creatures, like the stout blacksmelt, are equipped with gigantic eyes to capture the minimal amounts of light that cannot be seen by most ...

Forage species report for the Gulf of Alaska - Link to AFSC Homepage

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Dec 7, 2014 ... Pholidae (gunnels). • Myctophidae (lanternfishes). • Bathylagidae (blacksmelts) ...... stout blacksmelt. Bathylagus pacificus slender blacksmelt.