Data from: The rise to dominance of lanternfishes (Teleostei, Myctophidae) in the oceanic ecosystems: a paleontological perspective

Werner Schwarzhans & Giorgio Carnevale
Lanternfishes currently represent one of the dominant groups of mesopelagic fishes in terms of abundance, biomass and diversity. Their otolith record dominates pelagic sediments below 200 m in dredges, especially during the entire Neogene. Here we provide an analysis of their diversity and rise to dominance primarily based on their otolith record. The earliest unambiguous fossil myctophids are known based on otoliths from the late Paleocene and early Eocene. During their early evolutionary history myctophids...
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