. The Danish Ingolf-expedition. Marine animals -- Arctic regions; Scientific expeditions; Arctic regions. Fit;. 20—22. Head of I.yccncheiys sarsii, seen from above, the side and Ijelow. Prof. Collett has recenth' (189S) given so detailed and careful information concerning tliis species, a relatively considerable number of specimens of which has been brought to light by the practical fisheries investigations of Dr. Petersen and Dr. Hjort, that there is no need to treat of it anew. As supplementar}' information I shall only state the proportions of the 8 specimens from the Skager Rak at m- disp

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. The Danish Ingolf-expedition. Marine animals -- Arctic regions; Scientific expeditions; Arctic regions. Fit;. 20—22. Head of I.yccncheiys sarsii, seen from above, the side and Ijelow. Prof. Collett has recenth' (189S) given so detailed and careful information concerning tliis species, a relatively considerable number of specimens of which has been brought to light by the practical fisheries investigations of Dr. Petersen and Dr. Hjort, that there is no need to treat of it anew. As supplementar}' information I shall only state the proportions of the 8 specimens from the Skager Rak at m- disp
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. The Danish Ingolf-expedition. Marine animals -- Arctic regions; Scientific expeditions; Arctic regions. Fit;. 20—22. Head of I.yccncheiys sarsii, seen from above, the side and Ijelow. Prof. Collett has recenth' (189S) given so detailed and careful information concerning tliis species, a relatively considerable number of specimens of which has been brought to light by the practical fisheries investigations of Dr. Petersen and Dr. Hjort, that there is no need to treat of it anew. As supplementar}' information I shall only state the proportions of the 8 specimens from the Skager Rak at m\- disposal, mentioning the sex; it will thus appear that the differences in prt)])or- tions are not great in adult individuals (cf. Diagnosis). 'I In small specimens 144-62 mm. long) 14,9-17.50^^ according to Collett. ^) 29,8-32,800, j) Concerning the separate localities where the species was taken, cf. Collett I. c. 1S98 and C. C. J oh. Petersen, Beretning IX fra den biologiske Station, p. 17, 21 & 22 iFiskeri-Beretning for Fiuansaaret 189S—99, Kjobcnhavn 1900). - How- far the form from -North Atlantic, in 180 fathoms , which Ciinther formerly referred to Anguilla kiencri, and Day cor- rected to Lycodes kieneyi and Oiinther finally to L. sarsii |cf. Voy. Challenger, Rep. Deep-Sea Fishes, XXII, 18S7, p. So), is really a L. sarsii, I shall leave unanswered as I have not seen the specimen; if the accompanying fi,gure in Chall. Rep. (Fig. 3) purports to be more than a sketch, it would indicate indeed that the form was not identical with L. sarsii.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Danish Ingolf-Expedition (1895-1896); Københavns universitet. Zoologisk museum. Copenhagen H. Hagerup

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