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Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genus Diaphus (Pisces, Myctophidae) in the western Pacific, eastern Indian Oceans and the Southeast Asian seas

KoМ„ichi Kawaguchi

Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genus Diaphus (Pisces, Myctophidae) in the western Pacific, eastern Indian Oceans and the Southeast Asian seas

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Published by Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo in Tokyo, Japan .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pacific Ocean,
  • Indian Ocean
    • Subjects:
    • Diaphus -- Pacific Ocean -- Classification.,
    • Diaphus -- Indian Ocean -- Classification.,
    • Diaphus -- Pacific Ocean -- Geographical distribution.,
    • Diaphus -- Indian Ocean -- Geographical distribution.,
    • Fishes -- Pacific Ocean -- Classification.,
    • Fishes -- Indian Ocean -- Classification.,
    • Fishes -- Pacific Ocean -- Geographical distribution.,
    • Fishes -- Indian Ocean -- Geographical distribution.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Kouichi Kawaguchi and Hiroko Shimizu.
      SeriesBulletin of the Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo ;, no. 10
      ContributionsShimizu, Hiroko.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL638.M8 K39 1978
      The Physical Object
      Pagination145 p. :
      Number of Pages145
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3868851M
      LC Control Number81191268


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Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genus Diaphus (Pisces, Myctophidae) in the western Pacific, eastern Indian Oceans and the Southeast Asian seas by KoМ„ichi Kawaguchi Download PDF EPUB FB2

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BHL works best with JavaScript enabled. Genus Diaphus Species Diaphus subtilis. Status in World Register of Marine Species Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genera Lobianchia and Diaphus, in the North Atlantic. Dana Rep., (73): pp.fig.pl. I-II. Parr, A. Deep-sea fishes of the order Iniomi from the waters around the Bahama and Bermuda Islands.

Because of this link between species distribution and oceanography, lanternfishes [1,9,12,17, 18] and other mesopelagic fishes [14,19,20,21] have been used to derive pelagic biogeographic schema. GBIF Backbone Taxonomy Rank SPECIES Basil G. Systematics and distribution of lanternfishes of the genera Lobianchia and Diaphus (Myctophidae) in the Indian Ocean.

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Science Bulletin(30): genus Diaphus. Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genus Diaphus (Pisces, Myctophidae) in the western Pacific, eastern Indian Oceans and the southeast Asian Seas Article Jan FIVE NEW RECORDS OF LANTERNFISHES, GENUS DIAPHUS, (PISCES: MYCTOPHIDAE) FROM and a figure showing the distribution of luminous genus Diaphus book in the Myctophidae are included in this paper.

Key words: Deep sea fish, Fish fauna, Fish taxonomy, Taiwan INTRODUCTION Lanternfishes (Myctophidae) are one of the most widely distributed, speciose and.

Taxonomy and distribution of myctophids from Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes Arabian Sea has been studied by Nafpaktitis and Nafpaktitis ().

Raman and James () studied the distribution and abundance of lanternfishes. Taxonomy and Distribution. March the morphological characters used for the taxonomy of the genus Anguilla was made, and new morphological characters were developed to solve several of the.

The paper presents the first detailed genus Diaphus book on systematics, otolith structure and biology of Diaphus coeruleus, from the south-eastern Arabian closely related and co-inhabiting species D. coeruleus and D. watasei are distinguished on the basis of morphometric, meristic and otolith characters.

Analysis of gut content revealed that these fishes mainly feed on deep sea squids and : K. Meera, M. Hashim, V. Sanjeevan, J. Jayasankar, T. Ambrose, M.

Sudhakar. Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) > Myctophiformes (Lanternfishes) > Myctophidae (Lanternfishes) > Lampanyctinae Etymology: Diaphus: Greek, dis, dia = through + Greek, physa, phyo = to beget, to have as offspring (Ref.

More on authors: Jordan & Starks. Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) > Myctophiformes (Lanternfishes) > Myctophidae (Lanternfishes) > Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes Etymology: Diaphus: Greek, dis, dia = through + Greek, physa, phyo = to beget, to have as offspring (Ref.

); basileusi: Named in honor of B.G. Nafpaktitis for his important research on the systematics of Myctophidae (genus Diaphus) (Ref. Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) > Myctophiformes (Lanternfishes) > Myctophidae (Lanternfishes) > Lampanyctinae Etymology: Diaphus: Greek, dis, dia = through + Greek, physa, phyo = to beget, to have as offspring (Ref.

); diademophilus: From the combination of the names diadematus and termophilus, alluding to the close relationship of the three species and also from the.

Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genera Lobianchia and Diaphus, in the North Atlantic, (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genera Lobianchia and Diaphus, in the North Atlantic. Distribution. Eastern Australia from the Coral Sea, Queensland, to off ST Helens, Tasmania.

Elsewhere the species is widespread in the Indo-west-central Pacific. An oceanic, mesopelagic species that undertakes daily vertical migrations from m during. In the Cariaco Trench, day distribution is at m and at night at 50 m due to anoxic conditions below m and free hydrogen sulphide below m.

Fecundity is about 1, eggs per female (Ref. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory ical classification: Genus.

Genus Diaphus Species Diaphus brachycephalus. Status in World Register of Marine Species Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genera Lobianchia and Diaphus, in the North Atlantic.

Dana Rep., (73): pp.fig.pl. I-II. Author: Nafpaktitis, Diaphus bertelseni Nafpaktitis, Diagnosis: finrays 15 (rarely 14); anal finrays 15; finrays 11 (rarely 12).

Gillrakers 5 (rarely 6) + 1 + 12 (rarely 11 or 13), total 18 (19, rarely 17). AO 6 (rarely 7) + 4 (rarely 3), total 10 (rarely 9). Size: to 91 mm. Global Biodiversity Information Facility.

Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Kawaguchi, K. and H. Shimizu. Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genus Diaphus (Pisces, Myctophidae) in the western Pacific, eastern Indian Ocean and the southeast Asian Seas.

Bulletin of the Oceanographic Research Institute, University of Tokyo 1 - Mini R. and P. James. Distribution and abundance.

Diaphus jenseni AquaMaps Data sources > Myctophiformes (Lanternfishes) > Myctophidae (Lanternfishes) > Lampanyctinae Etymology: Diaphus: Greek, dis, dia = through + Greek, physa, phyo = to beget, to have as offspring (Ref. Environment: milieu / climate zone / depth range / distribution range Ecology.

Marine. Meso- and benthopelagic (Ref. ).Pseudoceanic, at m by day and nyctoepipelagic at surface to m at night (with maximum abundance at m) (Ref. ).Lipid content is % in fresh body weight and wax ester is in total lipids (Ref. ).Often appears with sergestid shrimp Sergia spp., marine hatchetfishes Argyropelecus spp.

and Polyipnus spp. (Ref ). Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes.

While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in Biological classification: Species. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties.

However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory ical classification: Species. Kawaguchi K, Shimizu H () Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genus Diaphus (Pisces, Myctophidae) in the western Pacific, eastern Indian Oceans and the southeast Asian Seas.

Bulletin of the Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo 1–Cited by: Diaphus regani Picture by Shao, K.T. > Myctophiformes (Lanternfishes) > Myctophidae (Lanternfishes) > Lampanyctinae Etymology: Diaphus: Greek, dis, dia = through + Greek, physa, phyo = to beget, to have as offspring (Ref.

Environment: milieu / climate zone / depth range / distribution range Ecology. Marine; pelagic. Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) > Myctophiformes (Lanternfishes) > Myctophidae (Lanternfishes) > Lampanyctinae Etymology: Diaphus: Greek, dis, dia = through + Greek, physa, phyo = to beget, to have as offspring (Ref.

); theta: Named after the Greek letter and refers to the body photophores which are divided horizontally by a fine line of black pigment (Ref. The distribution of photophores on the lateral sides of the body (ESM Fig If the evolution of species-specific bioluminescence patterns are a driving force behind genetic isolation in the deep sea for lanternfishes, as they are hypothesized to be for other groups using bioluminescence for our results indicate that the genus Diaphus Cited by: Circumglobal distribution in the region of the Subtropical Convergence, but may be absent over the region °W to the coast of Chile.

Eastern Atlantic: known from the southern boundary limit, 23°S to 21°S but probably farther to the north in the Benguela Upwelling Region. Southwest Atlantic: between 32°S and 46°S (Ref.

Hosted by the USGS Core Science Analytics and Synthesis. Page designed through the cooperative efforts of interagency ITIS Teams. Point of Contact: [email protected] classification: Species. Diaphus anderseni Picture by SFSA Classification / Names Common names | Synonyms | Catalog of Fishes (gen., sp.) | ITIS | CoL | WoRMS | Cloffa Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) > Myctophiformes (Lanternfishes) > Myctophidae (Lanternfishes) > Lampanyctinae Etymology: Diaphus: Greek, dis, dia = through + Greek, physa, phyo = to beget, to have.

Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genus Diaphus (Pisces, Myctophidae) in the western Pacific, eastern Indian Oceans and the southeast Asian seas. Oceanic and mesopelagic, found between m during the day and between m at night (Ref.

).Benthopelagic (Ref. ).Depth range from m in the eastern Ionian Sea (Ref. ).Reach sexual maturity at a length of 4,8 cm (Ref.

Kawaguchi, K. and Shimizu, H. () Taxonomy and distribution of the lanternfishes, genus Diaphus (Pisces, Myctophidae) in the western Pacific, eastern Indian Ocean and the southeast Asian seas. Bulletin of the Ocean Research Institute University of To 1 – Cited by: 6. High-oceanic and mesopelagic species (Ref.

), found between m during the day and between m during the night, exhibiting size stratification with depth (Ref. ).Probably spawns in deep water during spring (Ref. Diaphus fulgens Female picture by SFSA Classification / Names Common names | Synonyms | Catalog of Fishes (gen., sp.) | ITIS | CoL | WoRMS | Cloffa Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) > Myctophiformes (Lanternfishes) > Myctophidae (Lanternfishes) > Lampanyctinae Etymology: Diaphus: Greek, dis, dia = through + Greek, physa, phyo = to beget, to.

Status in World Register of Marine Species Accepted name: Diaphus mollis Tåning, Scientific synonyms and common names Diaphus mollis Tåning, Synonyms: Diaphus mollis Tåning,Vidensk. Meddr dansk naturh. Foren, 60 (19° 22' N., 24°. High-oceanic, found between m during the day and between m at pdf exhibiting size stratification with depth and with adult females below m (Ref.

).Depth range from m in the eastern Ionian Sea (Ref. ).Large juveniles, sub-adults and adults from the Mediterranean are known to be migratory (Ref.

).Myctophiformes(Lanternfishes) These body forms are believed to relate to vertical distribution and habits. The rays of all fins are soft. An adipose fin is present in all species.

Photophores on freshly captured specimens appear silver, reddish, or in species of the genus Diaphus, deep sapphire blue. Distribution.Nafpaktitis, Ebook. G., D. A. Robertson i J. R Paxton, Four new species of the lanternfish genus Diaphus (Myctophidae) from the Indo-Pacific.

New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research v. 29 (núm. 3): Classe: Actinopteri.