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Nototheniops larseni (Painted notie)

Synonyms: Lepidonotothen larseni; Notothenia larseni
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Wikipedia Abstract

Lepidonotothen larseni, the painted notie, is a species of cod icefish native to the Southern Ocean, ranging east from southern South America to south of the central Indian Ocean where it occurs at depths of from 30 to 750 metres (98 to 2,461 ft). This species can reach a length of 24 centimetres (9.4 in) TL.
View Wikipedia Record: Nototheniops larseni

Prey / Diet

Aetideus armatus[1]
Calanoides acutus[2]
Calanus propinquus[2]
Calanus simillimus[1]
Eukrohnia hamata[1]
Euphausia superba (Antarctic krill)[3]
Euphausia vallentini[1]
Limacina helicina (helicid pteropod)[2]
Limacina retroversa (retrovert pteropod)[1]
Metridia gerlachei[2]
Metridia lucens[1]
Pleuromamma abdominalis[1]
Pseudosagitta gazellae[1]
Rhincalanus gigas[1]
Salpa thompsoni[1]
Themisto gaudichaudii[2]

Prey / Diet Overlap

Competing SpeciesCommon Prey Count
Allothunnus fallai (Tuna)1
Arctocephalus gazella (Antarctic Fur Seal)1
Argentina elongata (Angelfish)1
Balaenoptera bonaerensis (Antarctic Minke Whale)1
Bathydraco marri (Deepwater dragon)1
Ceratoscopelus warmingii (Warming's lanternfish)1
Chaenocephalus aceratus (Scotian icefish)1
Champsocephalus esox (Pike icefish)1
Champsocephalus gunnari (Mackerel icefish)1
Cygnodraco mawsoni (Mawson's dragonfish)2
Diaphus danae (Blue lantern-fish)2
Diaphus hudsoni (Hudson's lanternfish)1
Diaphus perspicillatus (transparent lanternfish)1
Diaphus taaningi (Taaning's lanternfish)2
Dissostichus eleginoides (Patagonsky klykach)1
Dissostichus mawsoni (Antarctic blenny)1
Echiodon cryomargarites (Messmate)1
Electrona antarctica (Lanternfish)2
Electrona carlsbergi (Electron subantarctic)2
Electrona paucirastra (Belted lanternfish)1
Electrona subaspera (Rough lanternfish)1
Gobionotothen angustifrons (Narrowhead rockcod)1
Gobionotothen gibberifrons (Humped rockcod)1
Gymnodraco acuticeps (Ploughfish)1
Gymnoscopelus bolini (Lanternfish)4
Gymnoscopelus braueri (Lanternfish)1
Gymnoscopelus fraseri (Lanternfish)1
Gymnoscopelus nicholsi (Nichol's lanternfish)4
Gymnoscopelus opisthopterus (Lanternfish)4
Lagenorhynchus cruciger (Hourglass Dolphin)1
Lampanyctodes hectoris (Lanternfish)2
Lampanyctus steinbecki (Longfin lampfish)1
Lepidonotothen squamifrons (Grey rockcod)2
Lindbergichthys nudifrons (Yellowfin notie)1
Lobodon carcinophaga (Crabeater Seal)1
Maurolicus muelleri (Silvery lightfish)1
Megaptera novaeangliae (Humpback Whale)1
Micromesistius australis (Southern poutassou)1
Mirounga leonina (Southern Elephant Seal)1
Notothenia microlepidota (Black cod)1
Oceanites oceanicus (Wilson's Storm-Petrel)2
Parachaenichthys georgianus (Antarctic dragonfish)1
Parasagitta friderici1
Phosichthys argenteus (Silver lighthouse fish)1
Protomyctophum andriashevi (Lanternfish)1
Protomyctophum bolini (Lanternfish)1
Protomyctophum choriodon (Lanternfish)2
Pseudochaenichthys georgianus (South Georgia icefish)1
Sigmops elongatus (Bristlemouth)1
Sigmops gracilis (Slender fangjaw)1
Stenobrachius leucopsarus (Smallfin lanternfish)1
Tarletonbeania crenularis (Blue lanternfish)1
Trematomus hansoni (Striped rockcod)1
Vomeridens infuscipinnis (Antarctic dragonfish)1

Predators

Amblyraja georgiana (Antarctic starry skate)[2]
Aptenodytes patagonicus (King Penguin)[2]
Arctocephalus gazella (Antarctic Fur Seal)[4]
Chaenocephalus aceratus (Scotian icefish)[5]
Champsocephalus gunnari (Mackerel icefish)[2]
Chionodraco rastrospinosus (Ocellated icefish)[2]
Daption capense (Cape Petrel)[6]
Dissostichus eleginoides (Patagonsky klykach)[2]
Leptonychotes weddellii (Weddell Seal)[2]
Leucocarbo atriceps (imperial shag)[7]
Leucocarbo atriceps georgianus (South Georgia shag)[2]
Macronectes giganteus (Southern Giant Petrel)[6]
Notothenia rossii (Marbled rockcod)[2]
Pagodroma nivea (Snow Petrel)[6]
Patagonotothen guntheri (Yellowfin notothen)[2]
Procellaria aequinoctialis (White-chinned Petrel)[2]
Pseudochaenichthys georgianus (South Georgia icefish)[2]
Pygoscelis papua (Gentoo Penguin)[8]
Thalassarche melanophris (Black-browed Albatross)[2]
Thalassoica antarctica (Antarctic Petrel)[6]

Consumers

Parasitized by 
Ascarophis nototheniae <Unverified Name>[9]
Corynosoma bullosum[9]
Cucullanellus fraseri <Unverified Name>[9]
Elytrophalloides oatesi[9]
Gonocerca phycidis[9]
Heterosentis heteracanthus[9]
Lepidapedon garrardi[9]
Neolebouria antarctica[9]
Neolepidapedon magnatestis[9]
Pseudoterranova decipiens[9]
Scolex pleuronectis <Unverified Name>[9]

Distribution

Antarctic; Atlantic Ocean; Atlantic, Antarctic; Balleny Islands; Bouvet Island; Indian Ocean; Indian Ocean, Antarctic; Pacific Ocean; Pacific, Antarctic; Peter I Island; S. Georgia - S. Sandwich Is.; Scotia Sea; South Shetland Islands; Southern Ocean: Balleny Islands, Peter I Island, Palmer Archipelago, Graham Land, South Shetlands, South Orkneys, South Sandwich, South Georgia, Shag Rocks, Bouvet, and sub-Antarctic islands and seamounts of the Indian Ocean Sector (except Kerguelen, Hea; Southern Ocean: Balleny Islands, Peter I Island, Palmer Archipelago, Graham Land, South Shetlands, South Orkneys, South Sandwich, South Georgia, Shag Rocks, Bouvet, and sub-Antarctic islands and seamounts of the Indian Ocean Sector (except Kerguelen, Heard, McDonald and Macquarie islands and Kara Dag seamount).;

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Citations

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1Diet and daily ration of two nototheniid fish on the shelf of the sub-Antarctic Prince Edward Islands, T. Bushula, E. A. Pakhomov, S. Kaehler, S. Davis and R. M. Kalin, Polar Biology, 28 (8). pp. 585-593. (2005)
2Jorrit H. Poelen, James D. Simons and Chris J. Mungall. (2014). Global Biotic Interactions: An open infrastructure to share and analyze species-interaction datasets. Ecological Informatics.
3Trophic Ecology and Structure of Coastal Antarctic Fish Communities, Timothy E. Targett, Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 4: 243-263, 1981
4Geographical variation in the diet of the Antarctic fur seal Arctocephalus gazella, R. Casaux, A. Baroni, F. Arrighetti, A. Ramón, A. Carlini, Polar Biol (2003) 26: 753–758
5Distribution and ecology of Chaenocephalus aceratus (Channichthyidae) around South Georgia and Shag Rocks (Southern Ocean), William D K Reid, Sarah Clarke, Martin A Collins, Mark Belchier, Polar Biology, 30 (12). 1523-1533 (2007)
6Towards the trophic structure of the Bouvet Island marine ecosystem, U. Jacob, T. Brey, I. Fetzer, S. Kaehler, K. Mintenbeck, K. Dunton, K. Beyer, U. Struck , E.A. Pakhomov and W.E. Arntz, Polar Biology, 29 (2). pp. 106-113 (2006)
7THE DIETS AND DIETARY SEGREGATION OF SEABIRDS AT THE SUBANTARCTIC CROZET ISLANDS, VINCENT RIDOUX, MARINE ORNITHOLOGY Vol. 22 No. 1 1994
8THE DIETS AND DIETARY SEGREGATION OF SEABIRDS AT THE SUBANTARCTIC CROZET ISLANDS, VINCENT RIDOUX, MARINE ORNITHOLOGY Vol. 22 No. 1 1994
9Gibson, D. I., Bray, R. A., & Harris, E. A. (Compilers) (2005). Host-Parasite Database of the Natural History Museum, London
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