Image: Largetooth Conger, Bathyuroconger sp.

Largetooth Conger, Bathyuroconger sp.

A 1.2 m long Largetooth Conger trawled at a depth of approximately 1000 m, by fishing vessel Rubicon, off Babel Island, Tasmania, April 2002 (AMS I.41361-001). 

Photographer:
Stuart Humphreys
Rights:
© Australian Museum

Notes

The fish's skin has been damaged by rubbing against the trawl net. It had a partially digested 14 cm long rattail (Family Macrouridae, AMS I.41361-004) in its gut.

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Tags fishes, ichthyology, Congridae, Largetooth Conger, Bathyuroconger vicinus,