Squatinidae


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Squatinidae

[skwə′tin·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A group of squaloid elasmobranchs of uncertain affinity characterized by a greatly extended rostrum with enlarged denticles along the margins; maximum length is under 4 feet (1.2 meters).
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11), Dalatias licha (from 25 t to 5 t, a decrease of 80%), Myliobatidae (from 15 t to 9 t, a decrease of 43%), and Squatinidae (from 8 t to 1 t, a decrease of 92%) (Fig.
This observation was repeated for Centrophrous granulosus, Mustelus spp., Torpedo spp., and Squatinidae (Fig.
In conclusion, it appears as if Centroscymnus coelolepis, Scyliorhinus spp., Prionace glauca, and Galeus melastomus are currently being heavily targeted, while Raja spp., Centrophorus granulosus, Mustelus spp., Torpedo spp., and Squatinidae may be at risk of over-fishing, either within localized fishing grounds, or throughout the EEZ.
Abstract: Two new species of the genus Squatina (Chondrichthyes: Squatinidae) from the Gulf of Mexico.
The families Hexanchidae, Chlamydoselachidae, Heterodontidae, Pristiophoridae and Squatinidae. South Africa Oceanogr.
Revision de las especies de la familia Squatinidae en las aguas argentinas (S.