Patagonian toothfish

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Patagonian tooth·fish

 (to͞oth′fĭsh′)
[In reference to its many sharp, pointed teeth.]

Patagonian toothfish

(ˈtuːθˌfɪʃ)
n
(Animals) a large food fish, Dissostichus eleginoides, found in the cold deep waters of the southern Atlantic and Indian oceans. Also called: Chilean sea bass
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In Chilean Patagonia, aquaculture research projects are establishing Dissostichus eleginoides broodstock as a basis for developing culture technology.
Factors affecting the incidental mortality of seabirds in the Dissostichus eleginoides fishery in the southwest Atlantic (Subarea 48.
2001 Estimating the abundance of Patagonian toothfish, Dissostichus eleginoides, using baited cameras: a preliminary study.
Asimismo, por el sur tenemos el subsistema constituido por las Aguas Templadas de la Subantartica (ATSA), al que esta asociado el bacalao de profundidad Dissostichus eleginoides y su fauna acompanante.
Regional Catch Analysis of Long-Line Fisheries of Dissostichus Eleginoides in Chile", Document WG-FSA-91/10 CCAMLR, Hobart, Australia.
This species, otherwise known as the Chilean Sea Bass or Dissostichus eleginoides, which frequents the Southern Ocean, has become a delicacy in expensive American restaurants.
During these short trips, birds fed mostly on one squid species, Moroteuthis ingens, and on fish, mainly the notothenid Dissostichus eleginoides.
Variacion latitudinal y estacional en la dieta de Dissostichus eleginoides Smitt, 1898 (Perciformes: Nototheniidae) en ambientes profundos de la costa centro-sur de Chile.
Contenido gastrico de Dissostichus eleginoides Smitt, 1898 capturado frente a Valparaiso (Perciformes, Notothenidae).