Flabby whalefish

Gyrinomimus grahami is a flabby whalefish of the genus Gyrinomimus, found in all the southern oceans.

The Flabby whalefish lives in the bathypelagic, marine, depth range 445 - 2379 m environment.

Flabby whalefishes are small, deep-sea cetomimiform fish of the family Cetomimidae. They are among the most deep-living fish known, with some species recorded at depths in excess of 3.5 kilometres. Within the family are nine genera and 20 species. More

Hemisphere, Flabby whalefish are the most diverse family of whalefish. The largest species, Gyrinomimus grahami, reaches a length of 15.75 in (40 cm). They are distinguished from other whalefish by their loose, scaleless skin and lack of photophores. More

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Common names

Flabby whalefish in English
格氏小圆鲸鲷 in Mandarin Chinese
格氏小圓鯨鯛 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cetomimiformes
Family : Cetomimidae
Genus : Gyrinomimus
Species : Gyrinomimus grahami
Authority : Richardson & Garrick, 1964