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transpixel Dolichoteryx longipes. The spookfish has stalked telescopic eyes. Little is known about its biology. Photo: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA transpixel
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transpixel Dolichoteryx longipes. The spookfish has stalked telescopic eyes. Little is known about its biology. Photo: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA transpixel
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transpixel Evermannella balbo. This species has telescopic eyes looking straight upwards. Photo: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA transpixel
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Dolichoteryx longipes. The spookfish has stalked telescopic eyes. Little is known about its biology. Photo: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA
Dolichoteryx longipes. The spookfish has stalked telescopic eyes. Little is known about its biology. Photo: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA
Evermannella balbo. This species has telescopic eyes looking straight upwards. Photo: Richard Young, University of Hawaii, USA
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transpixel Anoplogaster cornuta, The fangtooth. A predatory fish eating crustaceans and fish. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA transpixel
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transpixel Maurolicus muelleri. A small silvery mesopelagic species that as many mesopelagic species migrates daily between deep layers and the more productive surface layers to feed on small zooplankton. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA transpixel
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transpixel Protomyctophum arcticus. A myctophid fish from the mesopelagic zone. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA transpixel
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Anoplogaster cornuta, The fangtooth. A predatory fish eating crustaceans and fish. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA
Maurolicus muelleri. A small silvery mesopelagic species that as many mesopelagic species migrates daily between deep layers and the more productive surface layers to feed on small zooplankton. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA
Protomyctophum arcticus. A myctophid fish from the mesopelagic zone. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA
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transpixel Notoscopelus kroyerii. A myctophid fish inhabiting the mesopelagic zone. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA transpixel
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transpixel Benthosema glaciale. A common myctophid fish found in colder waters. Wherever it occurs it is very abundant. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA 
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transpixel Poromitra crassiceps, A mesopelagic relative of the orange roughy. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA transpixel
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Notoscopelus kroyerii. A myctophid fish inhabiting the mesopelagic zone. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA
Benthosema glaciale. A common myctophid fish found in colder waters. Wherever it occurs it is very abundant. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA
Poromitra crassiceps, A mesopelagic relative of the orange roughy. Photo: Tracey Sutton, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Florida, USA
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