This paper reports two new record species of deep-sea cusk eels, Dicrolene tristis and Bassozetus multispinis, which were recently collected by Fishery Research Institute of Taiwan from the southern (22°01’N, 120°09’E; 22°11’N, 121°02’E) and eastern (24°16’N, 122°11’E) Taiwan waters at depths more than 1000 m. D. tristis were characterized by two median and a pair of basibranchial teeth patches; B. multispinis had one basibranchial teeth patch and short pelvic fin ray. The latter species was reported to be only distributed in the Indian ocean at the depths from 1,500-2,000 m.
Lee, Mao-Ying; Lee, Ding-An; and Chen, Hong-Ming
"NEW RECORDS OF DEEP-SEA CUSK EELS,DICROLENE TRISTIS AND BASSOZETUS MULTISPINIS (OPHIDIIFORMES: OPHIDIIDAE) FROM TAIWAN,"
Journal of Marine Science and Technology: Vol. 13:
2, Article 6.
Available at: https://jmstt.ntou.edu.tw/journal/vol13/iss2/6