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Actinopteri - Stomiatiformes - Stomiidae
It was recombined as Chauliodus eximius by David (1943), Crane (1966), Carnevale (2002) and Fierstine et al. (2012).
|Year||Name and author|
|1925||Eostomias eximius Jordan|
|1943||Chauliodus barbatus frazeri David p. 61 figs. Plate, 9, Figure 5|
|1943||Chauliodus eximius David p. 123|
|1966||Chauliodus eximius Crane, Jr. p. 22 figs. Figures 2, 6, 7, 8, 13|
|2002||Chauliodus eximius Carnevale p. 478|
|2012||Chauliodus eximius Fierstine et al. p. 48|
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|J. M. Crane 1966||General characteristics are those of the family Chauliodontidae. Large fang-like teeth in premaxillary and mandible; elongate body; dorsal fin in anter ior one-third with first ray minute, second ray much produced into long filament.|