The Pacific blackdragon, Idiacanthus antrostomus (1890)
Phylum : ChordataClass : ActinopterygiiOrder : StomiiformesFamily : StomiidaeGenus : IdiacanthusSpecies : I. antrostomus
Least concern
50 cm long
Pacific Ocean
Idiacanthus is a dragonfish of the family Stomiidae, found circumglobally in southern subtropical and temperate oceans between latitudes 25°S and 60°S, at depths down to 2,000 m. Length is up to 53 cm for the female, but only 5 cm for the male.

The Pacific blackdragon, Idiacanthus antrostomus (1890)

Phylum : Chordata
Class : Actinopterygii
Order : Stomiiformes
Family : Stomiidae
Genus : Idiacanthus
Species : I. antrostomus

  • Least concern
  • 50 cm long
  • Pacific Ocean

Idiacanthus is a dragonfish of the family Stomiidae, found circumglobally in southern subtropical and temperate oceans between latitudes 25°S and 60°S, at depths down to 2,000 m. Length is up to 53 cm for the female, but only 5 cm for the male.

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