Cryothenia amphitreta

In November 2004, a researcher by the name of Paul A.

The Cryothenia amphitreta lives in the pelagic-oceanic, marine environment.

The Cryothenia amphitreta is a newly identified species of fish found in the Anarctic region. It belongs to the Nototheniidae family (Cod icefishes), the Perciformes order (Perch-likes), the Actinopterygii class (ray-finned fishes), the Chordata phylum (back-bones), and the Animalia kingdom (animals). More

While the Cryothenia amphitreta does exist, my question is regarding the supposed "discovery" of this species. Just FYI. Pip (talk) 01:04, 22 September 2008 (UTC) Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia. More

The new species of nototheniid fish, Cryothenia amphitreta, is detailed in the December issue of the quarterly journal Copeia. Paul A. More

A new species of nototheniid fish, Cryothenia amphitreta, is described from a single gravid female collected in mid-November 2004 by divers in McMurdo Sound in the Ross Sea region of Antarctica. The new species closely resembles the only known congener, C. More

Cryothenia amphitreta, was discovered by a member of a research team from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. More

Cryothenia amphitreta image courtesy of University Of Illinois At Urbana-ChampaignTwo years ago, researcher Paul A. More

Order : Perciformes
Family : Nototheniidae
Genus : Cryothenia
Species : Cryothenia amphitreta
Authority : Cziko & Cheng, 2006