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- [citation needed] A mitochondrial genome phylogenetic study suggested the anglerfishes diversified in a short period of the early to mid-Cretaceous, between...
- most other anglerfishes, they have a very large head with a large mouth that bears long, sharp, recurved teeth. Also like other anglerfishes, the first...
- The footballfish form a family, Himantolophidae, of globose, deep-sea anglerfishes found in tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic, Indian, and...
- Lophius americ**** is a goosefish in the family Lophiidae, also called all-mouth, American anglerfish, bellows-fish, devil-fish, headfish, molligut, satchel-mouth...
- of anglerfishes. They are found in deep, lightless waters of the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans. They are distinguished from other anglerfishes by...
- scales (when present) are conical, hollow, and translucent. Like other anglerfishes, black seadevils possess an illicium and esca; the former being a modified...
- biodiversitylibrary.org/part/61580#/summary Pietsch, T. W. (2009). Oceanic Anglerfishes: Extraordinary Diversity in the Deep Sea (1 ed.). University of California...
- from the fishes' forehead. They are among the most widespread of the anglerfishes, found in all oceans from the tropics to the Antarctic. They are large...
- the illicium (the bioluminescent lure present in other anglerfishes). As in other anglerfishes, the male is very much smaller than the female, and after...
- impressive use of mimicry in luring prey. One of several families of anglerfishes, the Linophrynidae are not well studied, and only one species is given...