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Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Ophidiiformes
Family: Bythitidae Viviparous brotulas
Subfamily: Brosmophycinae
Genus: Dinematichthys

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2 species (see list below)

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Photo by Winterbottom, R.

Eastern Indian Ocean
Max. Length 12 cm SL
Dinematichthys iluocoeteoides Bleeker, 1855

Photo by Winterbottom, R.
 
Dinematichthys iluocoeteoides
[Yellow pigmy brotula]
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Endemic to the Christmas
Max. Length 5.8 cm SL

 
Dinematichthys trilobatus
[Trilobed viviparous brotula]
2 Species of Family Bythitidae with Genus Dinematichthys
(Viviparous brotulas)
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Year Scientific Name English Name Distribution Max. Length (cm)
1855 Dinematichthys iluocoeteoides Yellow pigmy brotula Eastern Indian Ocean 12 SL
2008 Dinematichthys trilobatus Trilobed viviparous brotula Endemic to the Christmas 5.8 SL



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