[PLURAL, (ESPECIALLY COLLECTIVELY) LAN·TERN·FISH, (ESPECIALLY REFERRING TO TWO OR MORE KINDS OR SPECIES) LAN·TERN·FISH·ES.]
any of several small, deep-sea fishes
of the family Myctophidae, having rows of luminous organs along each side, certain species of which migrate to the surface at night.
Lanternfishes are small mesopelagic fish of the large family Myctophidae. One of
two families in the order Myctophiformes, the Myctophidae are represented by ...
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 ...
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 ...
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Generally dark gray to dark brown in color, they have huge heads and enormous
crescent-shaped mouths filled with sharp, translucent teeth. Some angler fish ...
Lantern fish are so called on account of the special light-producing organs that
are found in their skin. Each light organ, known as a photophore, is connected to
This lanternfish (Diaphus sp.), found in the Red Sea, has light-producing
photophores along its ventral surface (belly), and a nasal light organ that acts like
Lanternfish are mysterious creatures of the ocean. They intrigue us with their
unusual features and ability to make light in the depths of the water. This lesson