Etmopterus gracilispinis KREFFT, 1968 ZMH 24992 (old: ISH 935-1966) Paratype
sex: female
length: 331 mm TL
date vessel station: 30. 05. 1966, WH I (15), 197/66
location: Off Rio de la Plata mouth, upper slope, SW Atlantic
latitude: 35°36'S
longitude: 52°35'W
FAO-area: 81
depth: 70-480 m
specimens: 1
remarks: Ref.: THIEL, R. & EIDUS, I. & NEUMANN, R. (2009): The Zoological Museum Hamburg (ZMH) fish collection as a global biodiversity archive for elasmobranchs and actinopterygians as well as other fish taxa. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 25 (S1): 9-32
Etmopterus gracilispinis KREFFT, 1968 ZMH 24990 (old: ISH 1061-1966) Paratype
sex: male
age: juvenile
length: 171 mm TL
date vessel station: 11. 06. 1966, WH I (15), 225/66
location: Off Uruguay, middle slope, SW Atlantic
latitude: 33°55'S
longitude: 51°43'W
FAO-area: 81
depth: 410 m
specimens: 1
remarks: Ref.: THIEL, R. & EIDUS, I. & NEUMANN, R. (2009): The Zoological Museum Hamburg (ZMH) fish collection as a global biodiversity archive for elasmobranchs and actinopterygians as well as other fish taxa. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 25 (S1): 9-32
Etmopterus gracilispinis KREFFT, 1968 ZMH 24989 (old: ISH 1051-1966) Holotype
sex: male
length: 255 mm TL
date vessel station: 11. 06. 1966, WH I (15), 224/66
location: Off Uruguay, middle slope, SW Atlantic
latitude: 34°01'S
longitude: 51°20'W
FAO-area: 81
depth: 600 m
specimens: 1
remarks: Ref.: THIEL, R. & EIDUS, I. & NEUMANN, R. (2009): The Zoological Museum Hamburg (ZMH) fish collection as a global biodiversity archive for elasmobranchs and actinopterygians as well as other fish taxa. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 25 (S1): 9-32
Etmopterus gracilispinis KREFFT, 1968 ZMH 24991 (old: ISH 1573-1966 a-e) Paratype
sex: both
age: juvenile
length: 225 + 230 mm TL (male), 130, 155, 192 mm TL (female)
date vessel station: 31. 07. 1966, WH I (15), 438/66
location: Off Uruguay, middle slope, SW Atlantic
latitude: 33°41'S
longitude: 52°12'W
FAO-area: 81
depth: 600 m
specimens: 5
remarks: Ref.: THIEL, R. & EIDUS, I. & NEUMANN, R. (2009): The Zoological Museum Hamburg (ZMH) fish collection as a global biodiversity archive for elasmobranchs and actinopterygians as well as other fish taxa. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 25 (S1): 9-32