Cetonurus globiceps (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: 33

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

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Cetonurus globiceps (Vaillant 1888)
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Cetonurus globiceps (Vaillant 1888)  

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Material examined. 41 specimens: MNRJ 26911 (1, 126.0 mm), AG, ASTRO 2003021301; MNRJ 26927 (1, 301.0 mm), T, D- 504; MNRJ 27046 (2, 270.0–284.0 mm), T, E- 536; MNRJ 27047 (8, 141.0–303.0 mm), T, E- 527; MNRJ 27048 (16, 134.0–272.0 mm), T, E- 526; MNRJ 27053 (1, 107.0 mm), T, E- 552; MNRJ 27054 (1, 84.0 mm), T, E- 526; MNRJ 27055 (1, 255.0 mm), T, E- 535; MNRJ 27056 (1, 270.0 mm), T, E- 550; MNRJ 27057 (1, 273.0 mm), T, E- 544; MNRJ 27058 (1, 300.0 mm), T, E- 552; MNRJ 27059 (3, 169.0–273.0 mm), T, E- 525; MNRJ 27060 (4, 133.0–306.0 mm), T, E- 547.

Distribution. Collected from off Espírito Santo and Rio de Janeiro, at depths from 909 to 1699 m. Cetonurus globiceps   was described from off Western Sahara (23 ° 57 'N, 17 ° 12 'W), and is also known in eastern Atlantic from Mauritania, Senegal, Canary Islands, Bay of Biscal and Azores, in the western Atlantic from the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean and Brazil, and in the Pacific from Japan and Indonesia ( Iwamoto 1966; Marshall 1973 a; Gaistdoerfer 1990; Séret & Andreata 1992; Menezes & Figueiredo 2003 a).

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Museu Nacional/Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro