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Oceanic Anglerfishes

Extraordinary Diversity in the Deep Sea

Theodore W. Pietsch

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Naturwissenschaften, Medizin, Informatik, Technik / Naturwissenschaften allgemein

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No environment on Earth imposes greater physical and biological constraints on life than the deep oceanic midwaters. Near-freezing temperatures, the absence of sunlight, enormous pressure, and a low food supply make habitation by any living thing almost inconceivable. Yet 160 species of anglerfishes are found there in surprising profusion. Monstrous in appearance, anglerfishes possess a host of unique and spectacular morphological, behavioral, and physiological innovations. In this fully illustrated book, the first to focus on these intriguing fish, Theodore W. Pietsch delivers a comprehensive summary of all that is known about anglerfishes—morphology, diversity, evolution, geographic distribution, bioluminescence, and reproduction.

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diversity, oceanic mid waters, bony fish, low food supply, earth sciences, sexual symbiosis, environmentalism, evolution, absence of sunlight, sexual dimorphism, deep sea, habitation, near freezing temperatures, behavior, benthic fish, marine biology, morphology, enormous pressure, anglerfish, bioluminescence, physiology, geographic distribution, reproduction, pelagic fish, biology