Joseph T. Eastman, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Anatomy
Department of Biomedical Sciences
eastman@ohio.edu
119 Life Sciences Building
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Antarctic fish biology, especially diversity, evolution and morphology

 
Learn more about Antarctic fishes

With a maximum weight of 100 kg Dissostichus eleginoides, the Patagonian toothfish, shown above is one of the largest of the indigenous perch like fishes from Antarctica known as notothenioids. This species has become the target of a commercial fishery and appears in restaurants and fish markets as “Chilean sea bass”.

 
Research reported on this page supported by NSF grants OPP 94-16870 & 04-36190.
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