An illustration of the stomach contents of a type of fish, Chiasmodon niger, by artist Else Bostelmann from 1931. Rendered in watercolor on paper, a series of 5 images of the same type of fish in various states. At top, the brown, slim fish is shown in profile, with one bright blue eye and tiny, sharp teeth lining its open mouth. Images below show the fish with various items in its now protruded stomach, including a school of smaller white fish, a squid, and a catfish. A bottom, a larger, lighter rendition shows the delicate shape of its fins.
Cite this article as: , "Chiasmodon niger stomach contents," in VoCA Journal, October 17, 2017, https://journal.voca.network/the-culture-of-nature/dtr083_1200/.