A new lanternshark, from the SW Indian Ocean.

Main report: Etmopterus alphus n. sp.: a new lanternshark (Squaliformes: Etmopteridae) from the south-western Indian Ocean
(South American Ichthyology)
Other Reporting: Experiment.com Lost Shark Project, Squali.com
Scientific Paper: African Journal of Marine Science   
New Taxa: Etmopterus alphus
Common Name: Whitecheek lanternshark
Categories: Fish | New Species
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A new species of lanternshark, Etmopterus alphus, is described from the south-western Indian Ocean.  See also the recently described ninja lanternshark.

Etmopterus alphus













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