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Normal diurnal distribution is between 700 and 1200 m The shallowest diurnal capture (500-600 m) is of one of the smallest specimens (4.3 cm) and the deepest (1500-1600 m) is of one of the largest (20.4 cm), indicating a trend for the diurnal depth to increase with increasing size (Ref. 9791). Nocturnal distribution is between 110-700 m (Ref. 9791). Feeds on decapods and euphausiids (Ref. 6715). Minimum depth from Ref. 58018.


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