Gadella imberbis (Vaillant 1888), Vaillant, 1888

Melo, Marcelo R. S., Braga, Adriana C., Nunan, Gustavo W. A. & Costa, Paulo A. S., 2010, On new collections of deep-sea Gadiformes (Actinopterygii: Teleostei) from the Brazilian continental slope, between 11 ° and 23 ° S, Zootaxa 2433, pp. 25-46: 41

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.194741

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Gadella imberbis (Vaillant 1888)
status

 

Gadella imberbis (Vaillant 1888)  

( Fig. 4 View FIGURE 4 H)

Material examined. 98 specimens: MNRJ 26931 (4, 120.0–145.0 mm), T, E- 535; MNRJ 27017 (1, 155.0 mm), T, E- 498; MNRJ 27018 (5, 150.0–189.0 mm), T, E- 518; MNRJ 27019 (2, 156.0–201.0 mm), T, E- 543; MNRJ 27020 (10, 147.0–204.0 mm), T, D- 464; MNRJ 30480 (14, 89.0–133.0 mm), T, E- 503; MNRJ 30481 (42, 125.0–164.0 mm), T, E- 499; MNRJ 30482 (19, 119.0–145.0 mm), T, E- 502; MNRJ 30483 (1, 170.0 mm), T, E- 511.

Distribution. Collected from off Bahia, Espírito Santo and Rio de Janeiro, at depths from 233 to 1016 m. Gadella imberbis   was described from off Cape Verde Islands (16 ° 53 ’ N, 25 ° 10 ’ W), and is known from the eastern and western Atlantic, from about 40 ° N to 30 ° S (Cohen et al. 1990; Menezes & Figueiredo 2003 b).

MNRJ

Museu Nacional/Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Actinopterygii

Order

Gadiformes

Family

Moridae

Genus

Gadella