Photos of Deep Water fish
Good morning friends, I have two small but very beautiful fish for your viewing pleasure today that were found by the Smithsonian in the 600 to 800 foot range right out in front of the Curacao Sea Aquarium. This is a new species of Lipogramma which is currently being described and worked on by Carole Baldwin of the Smithsonain. The top photo is an intermediate or young Lipogramma (less than an inch) and the bottom photo shows the same fish in it’s terminal phase (about two and a half inches) and for once the older fish becomes more beautiful with age, normally it’s the juveniles that are so colorful! This is one of the hands down most docile fish I have ever seen, other than a scorpionfish, these fish don’t move around much and seem to just love to be parked and perched. As I learn more I will pass it on to you all out there in cyberspace so stay tuned for more.
I just got out of the water photographing the submersible and had a great dive, the water was super clear and the school of bonnetmouths had me completely surrounded!
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Assessment of the deep-water fish resource of the New Zealand area (Fisheries Research Division occasional publication ; no. 21)
Book (New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries)
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