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Young specimens occur above large depths and almost all adult ones are caught with pelagic trawls at 30-130 m during trawling in the deep scattering layers (except one in the South China Sea where one was caught by a demersal trawl during daylight at 760-800 m). This rare species most likely belong to the migrating interzonal complex of pelagic species (Ref. 54802).


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