Conchoecissa imbricata female
Description: An abundant species at mesopelagic depths at midlle latitudes in the North Atlantic. It is a strong diel migrant moving from daytime depths of 300-600m by day up to 100-400m at night. Length of the female is 2.6-3.2mm
Author: Angel, Martin
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Conchoecissa imbricata (Brady, 1880)checked Angel, Martin 2013-02-08
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