Barnard's lanternfish, Symbolophorus barnardi

Barnard's lanternfish has huge eyes. The species grows to 12 cm in length and has photophores along the lower sides of the body.

Glasshead Barreleye

The barreleyes are an unusual family of deepsea fishes, most of which have upwardly-directed eyes. The eyes detect the silhouettes of prey swimming above. In Australia, the Glasshead Barreleye has been collected from bathypelagic and mesopelagic depths off New South Wales.

Blue Grenadier, Macruronus novaezelandiae

A Blue Grenadier trawled during the NORFANZ expedition at a depth between the surface and 846 m in international waters south of Norfolk Island.
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