Etmopterus robinsi

Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

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The Etmopterus robinsi lives in the bathydemersal, marine, depth range 400 - 800 m , usually 549 - 786 m environment.

Etmopterus robinsi (Elasmobranchii, Etmopteridae), a new species of deepwater lantern shark from the Caribbean Sea and western North Atlantic, with a redescription of Etmopterus hillianus Auteur(s) / Author(s) SCHOFIELD P. J. (1) ; BURGESS G. H. More

The West Indian lanternshark, Etmopterus robinsi, is a shark of the family Dalatiidae found in the western central Atlantic, at depths of between 400 and 800 m. Its length is up to 31 cm. Reproduction is ovoviviparous. More

LANTERNSHARK Etmopterus robinsi (no common name) Etmopterus schmidti DARKBELLY ... 6 More

Common names

Robin’s lantaarnhaai in Dutch (Nederlands)
RobinÇs lantaarnhaai in Dutch (Nederlands)
Robin’s lantaarnhaai in Dutch (Nederlands)
Robin’s lantaarnhaai in Unknown
罗宾斯氏乌鲨 in Mandarin Chinese
罗宾斯氏乌鲨 in Unknown
羅賓斯氏烏鯊 in Mandarin Chinese
羅賓斯氏烏鯊 in Unknown

Order : Squaliformes
Family : Etmopteridae
Genus : Etmopterus
Species : Etmopterus robinsi
Authority : Schofield and Burgess, 1997