Coryphaenoides pectoralis

Alternate names: Albatrossia pectoralis, giant grenadier

Author: (Gilbert, 1892)

Description

Size: to 220 cm



Geographic Information

Published depth range: 140 - 2189 m, most 300 - 1200 m.

Ocean range (global): Bering Sea to central Baja California.

Habitat description: Demersal.



Additional Information

Consulting taxonomist: Tomio Iwamoto, California Academy of Sciences.

Verified MBARI depth distribution: to 2249 m (March 2016).



References

Encyclopedia of Life

Tree of Life

World Register of Marine Species

National Center for Biotechnology Information

Love, M.S. (2011). Certainly more than you want to know about the fishes of the Pacific coast. Really Big Press, Santa Barbara CA. 649 pp.

Cohen, D.M., T. Inada, T. Iwamoto, and N. Scialabba (1990). Gadiform Fishes of the World (Order Gadiformes). An annotated and illustrated catalogue of cods, hakes, grenadiers and other gadiform fishes known to date. FAO Fisheries Synopsis No. 125, FAO Species Catalogue, 10: 442 pp.

Love, M.S., C.W. Mecklenburg, T.A. Mecklenburg, and L.K. Thorsteinson (2005). Resource Inventory of Marine and Estuarine Fishes of the West Coast and Alaska: A Checklist of North Pacific and Arctic Ocean Species from Baja California to the Alaska-Yukon Border.

Iwamoto, T. and D.L. Stein (1974). A Systematic Review of the Rattail Fishes (Macrouridae:Gadiformes) from Oregon and Adjacent Waters. Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences, 111:1-79.

Okamura, O. (1970). Fauna Japonica. Marourina (Pisces). Academic Press of Japan, Tokyo, 216 pp., 64 pls.

Gaither, M. R., B. Violi, H. W. I. Gray, F. Neat, J. C. Drazen, R. Dean Grubbs, A. Roa-Varón, T. Sutton, and A. Rus Hoelzel (2016). Depth as a driver of evolution in the deep sea: Insights from grenadiers (Gadiformes: Macrouridae) of the genus Coryphaenoides. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2016.07.027

Allen, L.G., D.J. Pondella, and M.H. Horn, Eds. (2006). The Ecology of Marine Fishes California and Adjacent Waters. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, 670 pp.

Cohen, D.M., T. Inada, T. Iwamoto, and N. Scialabba (1990). An Annotated and Illustrated Catalogue of Cods, Hakes, Grenadiers and other Gadiform Fishes Known to Date. FAO, Rome, Italy. 442 pp.

Love, M.S., C.W. Mecklenberg, T.A. Mecklenberg, and L.K. Thorsteinson (2005). Resource Inventory of Marine and Estuarine Fishes of the West Coast and Alaska: A Checklist of North Pacific and Arctic Ocean Species from Baja California to the Alaska-Yukon Border. U.S. Geological Survey:1-278.

Iwamoto, T. and D.L. Stein (1974). A Systematic Review of the Rattail Fishes (Macrouridae: Gadiformes) from Oregon and Adjacent Waters. Occasional Papers of the California A1:F979 of Sciences, 111: 1-79. http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.part.15932

Okamura, O. (1970). Fauna Japonica, Marourina (Pisces). Academic Press of Japan, Tokyo, Japan. 216 pp.

Gaither, M.R., B. Violi, H.W.I. Gray, F. Neat, J.C. Drazen, R.D. Grubbs, A. Roa-Varón, T. Sutton, and A.R. Hoelzel (2016). Depth as a driver of evolution in the deep sea: Insights from grenadiers (Gadiformes: Macrouridae) of the genus Coryphaenoides. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 104: 73-82. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2016.07.027

Citation: Coryphaenoides pectoralis ((Gilbert, 1892)) Deep-Sea Guide (DSG) at http://dsg/mbari.org/dsg/view/concept/Coryphaenoides%20pectoralis. Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI). Consulted on 2018-11-16.
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