A fish that has been rarely photographed. I. agassizi (shaloower than 2000 m) and I. meadi (deeper than 3500 m) are found in the Indian Ocean. It is not possible to identify this specimen to species level because the image resolution isn't high enough.
|Date:||10 April 2013|
|Classification:||Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Chordata (Chordates) > Class Actinopterygii (Ray finned Fish) > Order Aulopiformes (Grinners, Lizardfishes) > Ipnopidae|
|Site:||Indian > Indian Ocean > East Africa > Mzia-2|
|Countries:||East Africa > Tanzania|
|Rig:||Deep Sea Metro I|
|Project Partners:||BG Group, Oceaneering|
|Keywords:||Ipnops Tanzania Indian Ocean|
|Deposited By:||Dr Andrew Gates|
|Deposited On:||14 August 2014|
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