New eastern Pacific Ocean records of Hydrolagus melanophasma, with annotations of a juvenile female.

  title={New eastern Pacific Ocean records of Hydrolagus melanophasma, with annotations of a juvenile female.},
  author={Hugo Aguirre-Villase{\~n}or and Carolina Salas-Singh and Juan Madrid-Vera and Jimmy Mart{\'i}nez-Ort{\'i}z and D. A. Didier and David A. Ebert},
  journal={Journal of fish biology},
  volume={82 2},
Two new records of Hydrolagus melanophasma, one juvenile female from off the central Mexican coast and one adult male from off the coast of Ecuador, confirm the presence of this species throughout its known range in the eastern Pacific Ocean, from southern California, U.S.A., to Valdivia, Chile. This report gives a description and comparison of proportional measurements, head shape and colouration for juvenile and adult H. melanophasma. A taxonomic key to distinguish the eastern Pacific Ocean… 
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