Species Common name Length (cm) (type) Alopias
prohibited any directed fishery on Alopias
Diel vertical migration of the bigeye thresher shark (Alopias
superciliosus), a species possessing orbital retia mirabilia.
Age, growth, and reproduction of the pelagic thresher, Alopias
pelagicus in the northwestern Pacific.
The functional role of the caudal fin in the feeding ecology of the common thresher shark Alopias
porosus, garra aguila Sphrna lewini, 16/0, japones Alopias
pelagicus, -Redes de deriva, 8 A.
The requirement for a uniform large mesh size makes HMS DGN gear highly selective for pelagic market species such as swordfish; common thresher shark, Alopias
vulpinas; and shortfin mako shark, Isums oxyrinchus, as small or undersized fish are able to swim through the mesh unharmed, whereas excessively large fish are unable to penetrate the mesh sufficiently to become trapped (Jennings et al., 2009).
Diel vertical migration of the bigeye threster shark, Alopias
superciliosus, a species possessing orbital.
Additional species captured during the deep-set trials were bigeye thresher sharks, Alopias
superciliosus (7); opah, Lampris guttatus (2); blue sharks, Prionace glauca (2); and common thresher shark, Alopias
vulpinus (1) (Table 2, Fig.
Pan-Atlantic distribution patterns and reproductive biology of the bigeye thresher, Alopias
(2005), demostraron que la tasa de crecimiento embrionario en los generos Isurus y Alopias
es menor que en C.
In 1990, the NMFS SWR began placing observers on board the portion of the California drift gillnet fishery targeting swordfish and thresher sharks, Alopias