Pacific spiny dogfish

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Synonyms for Pacific spiny dogfish

dogfish of Pacific coast of North America

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Modeling the missing annuli count in orth Pacific spiny dogfish (Squalus suckleyi) by nonlinear mixed effects models.
Depending on the year, they were also grouped with Lingcod, Spotted Ratfish, Rex Sole, Pacific Spiny Dogfish, and Pacific Sanddab (Citharichthys sordidus) (Table 2).
Other skates Rajiformes Pacific Cod Gadus macrocephalus Pacific Flatnose Antimora micolepis Pacific Grenadier Coryphaenoides acrolepis Pacific Hake Merluccius productus Pacific Halibut Hippoglossus stenolepis Pacific Ocean Perch Sebastes alutus Pacific Sanddab Citharichthys sordidus Petrale Sole * Eopsetta jordani Redbanded Rockfish Sebastes babcocki Rex Sole * Glyptocephalus zachirus Rosethorn Rockfish Sebastes helvomaculatus Sablefish * Anoplopoma fimbria Shortspine Thornyhead * Sebastolobus alascanus Pacific Spiny Dogfish Squalus suckleyi Splitnose Rockfish Sebastes diploproa Spotted Ratfish Hydrolagus colliei Widow Rockfish Sebastes entomelas Yelloweye Rockfish Sebastes ruberrimus % of % of Common name inshore tows offshore tows Arrowtooth Flounder * 64.
His "Natural History of the Washington Territory and Oregon" (Cooper and Suckley, 1859) described many of the animals he encountered there, including the Pacific Spiny Dogfish, which was named Acanthias suckleyi (now Squalus suckleyi) in his honor by Girard (1855).
The spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) provides an alluring preamble to the topic: northeast Pacific spiny dogfish have been aged to 80+ years, and females mature at around 35 years (Jones and Geen, 1977; Saunders and McFarlane, 1993), whereas spiny dogfish in the north Atlantic obtain a maximum age of about 40 years, maturing at 12 years (Rago et al.
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