Dacodraco hunteri

The Dacodraco hunteri lives in the bathydemersal, marine, depth range 300 - 800 m environment.

Dacodraco hunteri (Notothenioidei, Channichthyidae) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Polar Biology, 21:194-196. * Eastman, J.T and R.R. Eakin. More

antarcticum, Channich thyid, Dacodraco hunteri and Neopagetopsis ionah. This is a subset of the data for the whole ... voyage. More

Dacodraco Waite, 1916 Dacodraco hunteri Waite, 1916 Dacopsis Hering, 1944 Dacosoma Tabacaru, 1967 Dacosoma motasi Tabacaru, 1967 Dacota Dacota albipennis (Reuter, 1876) Dacota hesperia Uhler, 1872 Dacota nigritarsis (Jakovlev, 1882) Dacothyas Motas, 1959 Dacothyas savulescui Motas, 1959 Dacquemys † Dacquemys fajumensis (Andrews, 1903) More

the rare species Aethotaxis mitopteryx, Dacodraco hunteri, Pagetopsis macropterus, and Neopagetopsis ionah.� We also sampled a very rare pre-spawning aggregation of T. newnesi (985 specimens in a single trawl) north of Joinville Island. 4. More

Dacodraco hunteri (Notothenioidei, Channichthyidae) is ... Table 1 Meristic, morphometric and morphological data for Dacodraco hunteri from the Ross Sea. ... www.oucom.ohiou. More

Dacodraco hunteri (Notothenioidei, Channichthyidae) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Polar Biology, 21:194-196. 54. Eastman, J.T and R.R. Eakin. 1999. Fishes of the genus Artedidraco (Pisces, Artedidraconidae) from the Ross Sea, Antarctica, with the description of a new species and a colour morph. More

* Percichthys trucha Dacodraco hunteri Unsexed specimen of Dacodraco hunteri Photographer: Klaus Busse ZipcodeZoo Photo ID: 39981 * Percichthys trucha Diplomystes camposensis Unsexed specimen of Diplomystes camposensis Photographer: Klaus Busse Date Taken: 1995 More

Common names

螫冰魚 in Mandarin Chinese
螫冰鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Channichthyidae
Genus : Dacodraco
Species : Dacodraco hunteri
Authority : Waite, 1916