Sampling via deep indicates that account for as much as 65% of all deep-sea fish . Indeed, lanternfish are among the most widely distributed, populous, and diverse of all , playing an important role as prey for larger organisms. With an estimated global biomass of 550 - 660 million , several times the entire world fisheries catch, lanternfish also account for much of the biomass responsible for the of the world's oceans. In the , Myctophids provide an alternative food resource to for predators such as and the . Although these fish are plentiful and prolific, currently only a few commercial lanternfish exist: These include limited operations off , in the , and in the .
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The swimbladders of deep sea fish are either absent or scarcely operational, and bathypelagic fish do not normally undertake vertical migrations. Filling bladders at such great pressures incurs huge energy costs. Some deep sea fishes have swimbladders which function while they are young and inhabit the upper epipelagic zone, but they wither or fill with fat when the fish move down to their adult habitat.
Sampling via deep indicates that account for as much as 65% of all deep sea fish . Indeed, lanternfish are among the most widely distributed, populous, and diverse of all , playing an important role as prey for larger organisms. The estimated global biomass of lanternfish is 550 - 660 million , several times the entire world fisheries catch. Lanternfish also account for much of the biomass responsible for the of the world's oceans. reflects off the millions of lanternfish , giving the appearance of a false bottom.