Chlamydoselachidae

Chlamydoselachidae

[¦klam·ə‚dō·se′lak·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The frilled sharks, a family of rare deep-water forms having a combination of hybodont and modern shark characteristics.
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Otros ejemplos se dan a nivel de orden, asi los Heterodontiformes se encuentran restringidos al litoral Pacifico al igual que las familias Megachasmidae, Pseudocarchariidae, Chlamydoselachidae y Platyrhinidae.
No 1b: Order HexanchiformesFamily: Chlamydoselachidae; N[degrees]5: Order Heterodontiformes-Family Heterodontidae; N[degrees]6: Order Lamniformes-Families Cetorhinidae, Megachasmidae; Addendum 1 to No 3: Order Squaliformes; Addendum 1 to N[degrees]4: Order Orectolobiformes; General Glossary; Summary Part A.