IUCN threat status:

Data Deficient (DD)

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Histioteuthis berryi is known from a small number individuals, none of which is mature. The largest known specimen has a ML of 49 mm. Paralarval stages are unknown. The species occupies the subtropical and temperate region of the North Pacific.

Figure. Ventrolateral view of H. berryi, off California, preserved. Photograph by R. Young.


A histioteuthid ...

  • occuring in the North Pacific with 4 series of arm IV photophores.


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