Carcharhinidae


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Carcharhinidae

[‚kär·kə′rīn·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A large family of sharks belonging to the charcharinid group of galeoids, including the tiger sharks and blue sharks.
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Morphometric measures taken from shark species of the Carcharhinidae family caught in the State of Maranhao, Brazil.
Chondrichthyes Carcharhinidae Rhizoprionodon lalandii Dasyatidae Dasyatis guttata Gymnuridae Gymnura micrura Myliobatidae Myliobates narinari Myliobatidae Rhynoptera bonasus Osteichthyes -- Nao identificado -- Nao identificado Ariidae Genidens genidens Carangidae Selene vomer Carangidae Carangoides bartholomaei Carangidae Trachinotus carolinus Carangidae Trachinotus goodei Carangidae Caranx latus Carangidae Nao identificado Centropomidae Centropomus sp.
Las especies de Carcharhinidae descritas, en general, sugieren formas que podian ingresar a aguas poco profundas en las areas costeras, incluso aquellas especies predominantemente pelagicas como la especie Carcharhinus longimanus (Poey, 1861) que eventualmente se aventura a aguas someras de las plataformas continentales e insulares.
Among the few remains, fish have been identified as belonging to the Serranidae (probably Trachypoma macracanthum), Holocentridae, Belonidae, Scropaenidade, Carcharhinidae and shark families (Mulloy, 1961).
Many sharks in the family Carcharhinidae share similar body shape and structure (Compagno and Niem, 1998), with girth and the rigidity of fins acting as a limiting factor for capture by gillnets (Carlson and Cortes, 2003; McAuley et al.
La pesqueria de tiburon es una de las mas importantes en el Pacifico mexicano, caracterizada por ser multiespecifica, la cual se realiza en las tres flotas (de altura, mediana altura y embarcaciones menores) que existen en nuestro pais y se capturan aproximadamente 32 especies pertenecientes a las familias Carcharhinidae, Sphyrnidae, Alopiidae, Triakidae, Lamnidae y Ginglymostomatidae (Soriano-Velasquez et al.
Common name Family North coast (NC) thresher shark Alopiidae wolf-eel Anarhichadidae sablefish Anoplopomatidae jacksmelt Atherinidae plainfin midshipman Batrachoididae speckled sanddab Bothidae jack mackerel Carangidae blue shark Carcharhinidae medusafish Centrolophidae Pacific sardine Clupeidae Pacific herring Clupeidae Pac.
Utilisation of a tropical bay as a nursery area by sharks of the families Carcharhinidae and Sphyrnidae.
More importantly, although primarily a coastal species (Conrath, 2005; Conrath and Musick, 2008), the sandbar shark is a member of the Family Carcharhinidae (requiem sharks), which includes many of the other shark species that frequently interact with pelagic longline gear (Mandelman et al.
Key words: Carcharhinus galapagensis, Carcharhinidae, Salas y Gomez, Chile.
Gear types Family and scientific names Common name 1998 1977 Carcharhinidae Carcharhinus leucas Bull shark L Triakidae Mustelus canis Smooth dogfish L Sphyrnidae Sphyrna lewini Scalloped hammerhead L Urolophidae Urolophus jamaicensis Yellow stingray V Muraenidae Gymnothorax moringa Spotted moray T Antennariidae Antennarius multiocellatus Longlure frogfish D Holocentridae Holocentrus sp.