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Roundhead Grenadier

Odontomacrurus murrayi Norman 1939

Diagnostic Description

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General coloration is dark brown. Single row of teeth in the upper jaw (Ref. 37108).
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Biology

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Also mesopelagic (Ref. 3587). Remains of fish have been found in one stomach (Ref. 6187).
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Odontomacrurus murrayi

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Odontomacrurus murrayi, the roundhead grenadier, is a bathypelagic or mesopelagic species of rattail. The fish is widespread in the mid-waters of the eastern Atlantic Ocean from north of the Azores to South Africa. It also occurs in the Indian Ocean and in the southwest Pacific. This species grows to a length of 64 centimetres (25 in) TL. The remains of fish have been sampled from the stomach contents of specimens. This species is the only member of its genus.

References

  1. ^ Iwamoto, T. (2015). "Odontomacrurus murrayi". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 2015: e.T60482037A60792173. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2015-4.RLTS.T60482037A60792173.en.
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Odontomacrurus murrayi: Brief Summary

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Odontomacrurus murrayi, the roundhead grenadier, is a bathypelagic or mesopelagic species of rattail. The fish is widespread in the mid-waters of the eastern Atlantic Ocean from north of the Azores to South Africa. It also occurs in the Indian Ocean and in the southwest Pacific. This species grows to a length of 64 centimetres (25 in) TL. The remains of fish have been sampled from the stomach contents of specimens. This species is the only member of its genus.

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Habitat

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Known from seamounts and knolls
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Stocks, K. 2009. Seamounts Online: an online information system for seamount biology. Version 2009-1. World Wide Web electronic publication.
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