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cor·nic·u·lum

(kōr-nik'yū-lŭm),
A small cornu.
[L. dim. of cornu, horn]
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cor·nic·u·lum

(kōr-nik'yū-lŭm)
A cornu of small size.
[L. dim. of cornu, horn]
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cor·nic·u·lum

(kōr-nik'yū-lŭm)
A small cornu.
[L. dim. of cornu, horn]
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Although the lectotype of the type species Streptelasma corniculum Hall, 1847 is fairly well described and illustrated (Neuman 1969, pp.
Species such as Sergestes corniculum, Oplophorus spinosus, Parapandalus richardi, and Systellaspis debilis are generally found above 1000 m and migrate close to the surface at night (Hiller-Adams and Case, 1988; Castes et al., 1994; Institute of Oceanographic Sciences (IOS) Database).
In Sergestes corniculum, because it hangs vertically during normal swimming, the eyeshine pattern is offset by 90[degrees] so that the more reflective posterior region of the eye is directed downwards (Shelton et al., 1992).