The Warty Dory, Allocyttus verrucosus, New to the Fish Fauna of Canada
Keywords:Warty Dory, Allocyttus verrucosus, deep-sea fish, range extension, Labrador Sea, Canada
AbstractIn April 2010, a Warty Dory, Allocyttus verrucosus (Gilchrist, 1906), was captured during commercial fishing activities in the Labrador Sea. This is the first record for Canada and the northwest Atlantic Ocean.
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