The Anglerfish lives in the bathydemersal, marine, depth range 25 - 560 m environment.

Anglerfish, the common name for an order of marine fish, as well as for many species of the order. Anglerfish range in length from three inches (7.5 cm) to about four feet (120 cm), depending on the species and sex. More

Close-up of an anglerfishPhotograph by Bruce Robison/Corbis Anglerfish Profile - The angry-looking deep sea anglerfish has a right to be cranky. More

Close-up of an anglerfishPhotograph by Bruce Robison/Corbis Map: Locator map for the anglerfish Anglerfish range Fast Facts - Type: FishDiet: CarnivoreSize: 8 in (20 cm) up to 3. More

Anglerfish have soft bones and squishy type flesh that is either gray or black in color. They are shaped like a baseball with fins. The anglerfish do not have pectoral fins. The anglerfish is very slow. The eyes of the anglerfish are small like other deep sea creatures. More

Anglerfish are the members of the order Lophiiformes (pronounced /ˌlɑːfiːəˈfɔrmiːz/). They are bony fish named for their characteristic mode of predation, wherein a fleshy growth from the fish's head (the esca or illicium) acts as a lure; this is considered analogous to angling. More

The common anglerfish is found along the coasts of Europe and North America from the British Isles and Nova Scotia to Barbados. Up to 1. More

Anglerfish are marine fish that attract prey by dangling a fleshy, bait-like appendage (the esca) in front of their heads. More

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The Striped Anglerfish (Antennarius striatus) is a very unusual looking fish and belongs to the Anglerfish family Antennaridae. More

Anglerfish, like most other creatures of the deep, are dark in color for disguise from predators such as gulpers and often have enhanced lateral lines for greater sensivity to nearby motion. More

anglerfish found throughout the world's oceans. The angler gets its name from the elongated dorsal spine that supports a light-producing organ known as a photophore. More

anglerfish or an·gler·fish·es A marine fish of the order Lophiiformes or Pediculati, having a long dorsal fin ray that is suspended over the mouth and that serves as a lure to attract prey. More

An anglerfish is a fish in the order Lophiiformes. This order encompasses a wide range of fish in an assortment of families, but all of them share some very distinctive traits which have made them quite famous. More

the anglerfish is an incredible example of how living organisms can find a way to survive in even the most inhospitable environment. There are over 200 species of anglers, which are named for their method of 'fishing' for their food. More

Common names

Anglerfish in English
Há má yú in Mandarin Chinese
Huáng ān kāng in Mandarin Chinese
Hwang-a-gwi in Korean (한국어)
Japansk marulk in Swedish (Svenska)
Ki-ankô in Japanese (日本語)
Ki-ankou in Japanese (日本語)
Lǎo tóu yú in Mandarin Chinese
Yellow goosefish in English
黃鮟鱇 in Mandarin Chinese
黄鮟鱇 in Mandarin Chinese
황아귀 in Korean (한국어)

Order : Lophiiformes
Family : Lophiidae
Genus : Lophius
Species : Lophius litulon
Authority : Jordan, 1902