Lasiognathus intermedius

The closest relative of Lasiognathus is Thaumatichthys, which also has enlarged and hinged premaxillaries, escal denticles, and a branched upper operculum.

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Original source: Theodore W. Pietsch, University of Washington
Author: see above

The Lasiognathus intermedius lives in the bathypelagic, marine, depth range 0 - 1265 m environment.

* Lasiognathus intermedius This species has an elongated, cylindrical distal appendage with a short, cylindrical prolongation at the tip without any lateral serrations or filaments. The posterior escal appendage is cylindrical in shape. More

Lasiognathus intermedius © 2005 Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University >> close box This page is a collection of images that are attached to a branch of the Tree of Life. More

Lasiognathus intermedius Bertelsen and Pietsch, in having only two bony hooks in the esca. The new species is diagnosed and described, and a revised key to the species is provided. More

Common names

中間毛鯰 in Mandarin Chinese
中間毛鯰 in Unknown
中间毛鲶 in Mandarin Chinese
中间毛鲶 in Unknown

Order : Lophiiformes
Family : Thaumatichthyidae
Genus : Lasiognathus
Species : Lasiognathus intermedius
Authority : Bertelsen and Pietsch,1996