The biology of bathypelagic
organisms, especially Crustacea.
Observations on the swimming activity of two bathypelagic
mysid species maintained at high hydrostatic pressures.
The only exception is the bathypelagic
genus Benthomisophria Sars, 1909, in which the internal anatomy, post-naupliar development, specialized feeding organs, and feeding were well studied using deep-sea plankton samples (<4,000 m deep) (Boxshall and Roe 1980; Boxshall 1982, 1984).
Blue sharks have been described as meso- and bathypelagic
predators (Clarke et al., 1996).
Therefore, the frequency of occurrence and abundance of bathypelagic
species (e.g., coronate medusae) may also be underestimated.
Although most acirrate species tend to be associated with benthic habitats, one deep-sea species, the circumglobal gelatinous giant octopod, Haliphron atlanticus Steenstrup, 1861, (formerly named Alloposus mollis and referred to as the seven-arm octopus) of the family Alloposidae is somewhat unique in using both continental slope benthic habitats and open-ocean mesopelagic and bathypelagic
habitats around the world, except at the extreme polar latitudes [9, 24].
Comparative chemosensitivity to amino acids and their role in the feeding activity of bathypelagic
and littoral crustaceans.
Tripodfish (Aulopiformes: Bathypterois) locomotion and landing behavior from video observation at bathypelagic
depths in the Campos Basin of Brazil.
From there it's the Bathypelagic
Zone, down to 4000 meters.
2005: Diel vertical migrations of bathypelagic
Relationships between otolith size and fish size in some mesopelagic and bathypelagic
species from the Mediterranean Sea (Strait of Messina, Italy).
The fourline snakeblenny, Arctic grayling, Arctic char, lake trout, ninespine stickleback, and Pacific sand lance are benthopelagic (species that float or swim just over the floor of the sea); the Pacific herring, sardine cisco, Arctic cisco, and capelin are pelagic-neritic (inhabiting shallow coastal waters over the continental shelf); and the polar cod is bathypelagic
(occurring in the mid-waters below the level of light penetration, which, depending on the authors, may lie between 900 m and 4000 m).