Acentrophryne longidens

The Acentrophryne longidens lives in the bathypelagic, marine, depth range - 910 m environment.

Acentrophryne longidens, found from a fossil found at the site of what was once the Monrovia Nursey, Azusa, during the construction of a housing project for the city of Rosedale. More

Acentrophryne longidens on Fish Mapper TSN 623060 (Taxonomic Serial Number) Retrieved on from the Integrated Taxonomic Information System online database. This is a cached copy. More

Acentrophryne longidens Regan (family Linophrynidae), was described from the Late Miocene of California by Pietsch and Lavenberg (1980). Other Names for Lophiiformes * Anglerfishes References Bertelsen, E. 1951. The ceratioid fishes. More

Common names

長牙無刺鮟鱇 in Mandarin Chinese
长牙无刺鮟鱇 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Lophiiformes
Family : Linophrynidae
Genus : Acentrophryne
Species : Acentrophryne longidens
Authority : Regan, 1926