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Two new scyliorhinid sharks from the east coast of Africa with notes on related species
|Statement||by S. Springer and J.D. D"Aubrey.|
|Series||Oceanographic Research Institute. Investigational report,, no. 29, Investigational report (Oceanographic Research Institute (South Africa)) ;, no. 29.|
|Contributions||D"Aubrey, Jeannette D., 1939- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||GC1 .D854 no. 29, QL638.95.S38 .D854 no. 29|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||82461526|
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[Stewart Springer; Jeannette D D'Aubrey]. The first specimen of the quagga catshark was a 27 cm (11 in) long adult male collected by the paddle steamer RIMS Investigator from a depth of m ( ft) off the Malabar Coast of India.
It was described by British naturalist Alfred William Alcock in A Descriptive Catalogue of the Indian Deep-sea Fishes in the Indian Museum, published in He assigned the new species to the genus Class: Chondrichthyes. Distribution and Biology of the New Zealand Endemic Catshark, Halaelurus dawsoni Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Biology of Fishes 75(3) March with ReadsAuthor: Malcolm Francis.
Springer, S. & D’Aubrey, J.D. () Two new scyliorhinid sharks from the east coast of Africa with notes on related species.
Oceanographic Research Institute: Investigational Report, 29, 1– sharks with about 94 valid species (Nelson ). Commonly known as catsharks, they occur world wide from tropical to cold-temperate and arctic waters from the intertidal to depths greater than 2, m. Little is known about the biology ofmost scyliorhinid sharks despite their abundance and widespread distribution (Springer ; Compagno ).
Two New Scyliorhinid Sharks from the East Coast of Africa with Notes on Related Species,South African Association for Marine Biological Research, Durban, Natal, South Africa, Oceanographic Research Institute, Investigational Report, Number Springer, S.
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