One of Beebe's Abyssal Fishes of the North Atlantic Ocean.
Scientific name: Bathysidus pentagrammus, given by William Beebe.
Physical description: Roundish body. Five lines of purple and yellow photophores on the sides. Large eyes. Small pectoral fins. Distribution: North Atlantic Ocean. Significant sighting: Observed only once at 1,900 feet by William Beebe in a bathysphere off Bermuda in the early 1930s.
Possible explanation: Carl Hubbs thought Beebe had seen a mass of jellyfish distorted by the mist of his breath on the bathysphere's porthole.
Source: William Beebe, HalfMile Down (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1934).
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