Line-fishing on the continental slope. II
Forster, G.R. (1968) Line-fishing on the continental slope. II. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 48 (2). pp. 479-483.
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From 1964 to 1967, 163 deep-sea fish have been caught from 28 line hauls in depths of from 1000 to 3300 m. Slightly over half the total catch consisted of elasmobranchs. The largest individual fish was a shark Pseudotriakis microdon of 2.25 m length taken from 1400 m. The distribution of the eleven species taken regularly in these and previous hauls is compared and contrasted.
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