Electrona risso is a species of myctophiform ray-finned fish in the family Myctophidae, the lanternfishes. It is known commonly as the electric lantern fish, chubby flashlight fish, and Risso's lantern-fish. It is a widespread species of all the oceans.
The male reaches a maximum length of about 8.2 centimeters. It becomes sexually mature at about 5.9 centimeters.
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