Associated catches of sharks, Prionace glauca, Isurus oxyrinchus, and Lamna nasus
, with NW and N Spanish swordfish fishery, in 1984.
Validated age and growth of the porbeagle shark, Lamna nasus
, in the western North Atlantic.
Changes in baseline growth and maturation parameters of Northwest Atlantic porbeagle, Lamna nasus
, following heavy exploitation.
Isurus oxyrinchus, Galeus melastomus, Dasyatidae, Hexanchus griseus, Lamna nasus
, Cetorhinus maximus, Echinorhinus brucus, and Etmopterus spp.
The history of directed shark fisheries in North American waters contains many examples of the deleterious effects overfishing can have on shark populations, including the rise and collapse of the porbeagle, Lamna nasus
(Casey et al.
paucus 73 4 Porbeagle, Lamna nasus
457 31 Blacknose shark, Carcharhinus acronotus 387 6 Bignose shark, C.
paucus Longfin mako Lamna nasus
Porbeagle Odontaspididae Carcharius taurus Sand tiger Orectolobiformes Ginglymostomatidae Ginglymostoma cirratum Nurse Hexanchiformes Hexanchidae Hexanchus vitulus Bigeye sixgill Heptranchias perlo Sevengill Squaliformes Squalidae Squalus acanthias Spiny dogfish Squatiniformes Squatinidae Squatina dumeril Atlantic angel Heterodontiformes Heterodontidae Heterodontus francisci Horn shark Order Family and species Code (n) Carcharhiniformes Carcharhinidae Carcharhinus acronotus Cacr003(3) C.
A lack of information on lamnid reproduction and the misidentification of a likely Galeorhinus galeus (Stevens (2)) with a litter of 30 as Lamna by Neill (1811), may have led Sanzo (1912) to consider the porbeagle Lamna nasus
(Bonnaterre, 1788) instead of the shortfin mako as the most likely alternative to the white shark.
The reproductive biology of the porbeagle shark, Lamna nasus
, in the western North Atlantic Ocean.