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Red-Lipped Batfish

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Makenna Feist

on 9 May 2014

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Transcript of Red-Lipped Batfish

MaKenna
Feist

Red-Lipped Batfish
Habitat, Biome, Biotic/Abiotic Factors
Habitat: Galapagos Islands
Biome: Marine
Biotic: other small fish, seaweed, coral
Abiotic: water, rocks
Classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Lophiiformes
Family: Ogcocephalidae
Genus: Ogcocephalus
Species: O. Darwini
Symbiotic Relationship
red lipped batfish get their energy from eating other small fish and small crustaceans such as shrimp and mollusks.
Source of Energy
Reproduction
red lipped batfish reproduce sexually and lay eggs
no known symbiotic relationship
Method of Movement
red lipped batfish are terrible swimmers, so they "walk" on the ocean floor.
Sensory Organs
its dorsal fin turns into a spine like projection (primary function is a lure for prey) and it also has a structure on its head known as an illicium.
Food Web & Enery Web
they are secondary consumers
illicium
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