Anoplogaster cornuta is an exclusively marine species and exists from bathypelagic to mesopalagic depths ranging from 2 m to 4992 m below sea level; however, it is most common between 500 m and 2000 m. Adults are commonly captured at depths ranging from 75 to 5000 m, juveniles at 45 to 3100 m, and larvae at 2 m or more.
Range depth: 4992 to 2 m.
Habitat Regions: temperate ; tropical ; saltwater or marine
Aquatic Biomes: pelagic
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