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Lepidorhinus, and T. loennbergi had the smallest fins, with mean areas of 485-498 (% SL)2. They were followed by P. borchgrevinki (522; a single species in this group), P. bernacchii, P. hansoni (561-571), T. centronotus and T. Ekau scotti (595-615), respectively. The largest fin area was found in T. nicolai with a value of 700, which was classified as highly demersal. A similar ranking of the species was attained by using the relationship between dorsal and anal fin area. The relationship is close to 1 in T.
My thanks go to G. Hubold for his critical discussion and to G. Dieckmann (AWl) for revision of the English version. This work was part of the fish program in the Alfred-WegenerInstitute and has the publication no. 326. References Alexander RM (1967) Functional design in fishes. Hutchinson, London; 160 pp Aleyev YO (1969) Function and gross morphology in fish. Israel Program for Scientific Translations, Jerusalem Aleyev YO (1977) Nekton. Junk, The Hague; 435 pp Andersen NC (1984) Genera and subfamilies of the family Nototheniidae from the Antarctic and Subantarctic.
The shortest (and lightest) ventral fins were found in P. borchgrevinki, T. lepidorhinus and T. 2% SL). P. bernacchii, P. hansoni, T. eulepidotus and T. 6 % SL). The longest ventrals were found in T. 0 % SL) and T. 7 % SL). Using the area of pelvic fins, four groups could be distinguished. The smallest pelvic fins were found in T. scotti [183 (% SL)2], followed by T. lepidorhinus (239). P. bernacchii, T. centronotus and T. eulepidotus could be grouped together (266278) as well as P. borchgrevinki, P.