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Bathypelagic: The bathyal zone or bathypelagic – from Greek bathýs, deep – (also known as midnight zone) is the part of the pelagic zone that extends from a depth of 1000 to 4000 metres (3300 to 13000 feet) below the ocean surface. It lies between the mesopelagic above, and the abyssopelagic below. (Wikipedia)
Anoplogaster cornuta
Common fangtooth
Antimora microlepis
Finescale Mora
Cryptopsaras couesii
Triplewart seadevil
Cyttopsis rosea
Rosy dory
Diaphus anderseni
Andersen's lantern fish
Diaphus brachycephalus
Short-headed lantern fish
Diaphus mollis
Soft lanternfish
Diaphus splendidus
Horned lanternfish
Diaphus termophilus
Taaning's Lantern Fish
Diogenichthys atlanticus
Pearly lanternfish
Dolopichthys longicornis
Dreamer anglerfish
Eumecichthyes fiski
Unicorn crestfish
Lobianchia gemellarii
Cocco's lantern fish
Melamphaes polylepis
Melamphaes simus
Melanocetus johnsonii
Humpback anglerfish
Melanocetus murrayi
Murray's abyssal anglerfish
Microlophichthys? microlophus?
Short-rod anglerfish?
Notoscopelus resplendens
Patchwork lampfish
Oneirodes acanthias
Spiny dreamer
Poromitra crassiceps
Crested bigscale
Rondeletia loricata
Redmouth whalefish
Scopeloberyx robustus
Longjaw bigscale
Scopelogadus mizolepis
Ragged bigscale