Genus Bolinichthys


Summary:
A lanternfish genus with 3 (2+1) Prc photophores; a crescent of white tissue in the posterior half of the iris; posterodorsal margin of the operculum sharply pointed, rear margin is noticeably anteriorly concave and webbed with darkly pigmented skin, even in juveniles. Species in the genus also differ from other lanternfish genera in a number of osteological characters.
Author: Bray, D.J. 2020

Cite this page as:
Bray, D.J. 2020, Bolinichthys in Fishes of Australia, accessed 26 Feb 2021, http://136.154.202.208/home/genus/215

References


Hulley, P.A. & Duhamel, G. 2010. A review of the lanternfish genus Bolinichthys Paxton, 1972 (Myctophidae). Cybium 33(4): 259-304 doi: https://doi.org/10.26028/cybium/2009-334-001

Paxton, J.R. 1972. Osteology and relationships of the lanternfishes (family Myctophidae). Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History Science Bulletin 13: 1-81 figs 1-22

Robertson, D,A, & Clements, K.D. 2015. 89 Family Myctophidae, pp. 613-680 in Roberts, C.D., Stewart, A.L. & Struthers, C.D. The Fishes of New Zealand. Wellington : Te Papa Press Vol. 3 pp. 577-1152.