2 Systematics of Deep-Sea Fishes

@inproceedings{Weitzman19972SO,
  title={2 Systematics of Deep-Sea Fishes},
  author={Stanley H. Weitzman},
  year={1997}
}
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the systematics of deep-sea fishes. Deep-sea fishes are often considered as those living below 1000 m and the classification also includes many families and genera that have species occurring between 500–1000 m. The chimaeras are characterized by having a gill cover superficial to four gill openings, among many other anatomical details. The chimaeriformes order of mostly benthopelagic slope-dwelling chondrichthians contains three extant families, of… CONTINUE READING

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