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 Bathypelagic fishes 
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transpixel Lopodolos acanthognathus. A female deep-sea anglerfish.  Photographer: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA transpixel
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transpixel Malacosteus niger. Note red light organs around eyes and on snout. One of few fish that produce red light. Photographer: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA transpixel
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transpixel Chiasmodon niger. The great swallower. It can capture and ingest prey that is bigger that itself and has a huge stomach. Photographer: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA transpixel
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Lopodolos acanthognathus. A female deep-sea anglerfish. Photographer: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA
Malacosteus niger. Note red light organs around eyes and on snout. One of few fish that produce red light. Photographer: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA
Chiasmodon niger. The great swallower. It can capture and ingest prey that is bigger that itself and has a huge stomach. Photographer: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA
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transpixel Chiasmodon niger. The great swallower. It can capture and ingest prey that is bigger that itself and has a huge stomach. Photographer: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA transpixel
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transpixel Ceratias holboelli. A bathypelagic anglerfish. Notice the elongated first fin-ray in the dorsal fin used as a lure. Photographer: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA transpixel
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transpixel Holtbyrnia. Photo: Richard Young transpixel
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Chiasmodon niger. The great swallower. It can capture and ingest prey that is bigger that itself and has a huge stomach. Photographer: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA
Ceratias holboelli. A bathypelagic anglerfish. Notice the elongated first fin-ray in the dorsal fin used as a lure. Photographer: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA
Holtbyrnia. Photo: Richard Young
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