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Goode & T. H. Bean, 1883
Cyclothone is a genus of bioluminescent bristlemouths which typically grow to around 3 inches (though some species are known to be larger). They are most commonly found at depths exceeding 1000 feet.
- Cyclothone acclinidens Garman, 1899 (Benttooth bristlemouth)
- Cyclothone alba A. B. Brauer, 1906 (Bristlemouth)
- Cyclothone atraria C. H. Gilbert, 1905 (Deep-water bristlemouth)
- Cyclothone braueri Jespersen & Tåning, 1926 (Garrick)
- Cyclothone kobayashii Miya, 1994 (Kobayashi's bristlemouth)
- Cyclothone livida A. B. Brauer, 1902
- Cyclothone microdon (Günther, 1878) (Veiled anglemouth)
- Cyclothone obscura A. B. Brauer, 1902 (Hidden bristlemouth)
- Cyclothone pallida A. B. Brauer, 1902 (Tan bristlemouth)
- Cyclothone parapallida Badcock, 1982 (Shadow bristlemouth)
- Cyclothone pseudopallida Mukhacheva, 1964 (Slender bristlemouth)
- Cyclothone pygmaea Jespersen & Tåning, 1926
- Cyclothone signata Garman, 1899 (Showy bristlemouth)
- Cyclothone mukhachevae Nazarkin, 2015 – extinct, from the Miocene.
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- Castro, Peter; Huber, Michael E (2016). Marine Biology (10th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. p. 369. ISBN 9780078023064.
- Froese, Rainer, and Daniel Pauly, eds. (2012). Species of Cyclothone in FishBase. February 2012 version.
- Nazarkin, M. V. (2015) "Fossil bristlemouth Cyclothone mukhachevae sp. nov.(Stomiiformes: Gonostomatidae) from the Neogene of western Sakhalin, Russia". Paleontological Journal, 49 (2): 162–175. doi:10.1134/S0031030115020045
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