Sphyrna


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Related to Sphyrna: Trygon, Sphyrna tiburo, Sphyrna zygaena
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Con los siguientes taxa de mayor diversidad especifica, ordenes: Carcharhiniformes (36), Myliobatiformes (25) y Rajiformes (14); familias: Carcharhinidae (16), Urotrygonidae (10) y Rajidae (9); y generos: Carcharhinus (10), Urotrygon (7), Raja (6) y Sphyrna (6).
The species composition of the food webs between the upper and lower regions of Lavaca Bay are very similar; however, a few rarely occurring species, such as Carcharhinus limbatus, Sphyrna tiburo, and Orthopristis chrysoptera, were found in the lower region of the bay, closer to the bay's connection to Matagorda Bay.
The scalloped hammerhead shark Sphyrna lewini, is a species for which these data are currently lacking, though urgently needed given its globally endangered status on the IUCN Red List.
Durophagy in sharks: feeding mechanics of the hammerhead Sphyrna tiburo.
5-1 m Lamniformes Sphyrna zygaena 3-4 m Lamniformes Cetorhinus maximus 3-12 m Lamniformes Carcharodon carcharias 5-6 m Lamniformes Isurus oxyrhynchus 3-4 m Lamniformes Alopias vulpinus 3-4 m Lamniformes Rhincodon typus 12-13 m Heterodontiformes Heterodontus zebra 0.
A pesca de emalhe-de-superficie de Santa Catarina direcionada a captura dos tubaroesmartelo, Sphyrna lewini (Griffith & Smith, 1834) e Sphyrna zygaena (Linnaeus, 1758).
Carlson J K, Parsons GR (1997) Age and growth of the bonnethead sharks, Sphyrna tiburo, from northwest Florida, with comments on clinal variation.
Diet, feeding habits, and diel feeding chronology of the bonnethead shark, Sphyrna tiburo, in southwest Florida.
Idade e crescimento do tubarao-martelo-entalhado, Sphyrna lewini (Griffith and Smith, 1834), da costa sul do Brasil
Our study examined the use of ink by sea hares as a chemical defense against vertebrate predators, based on an ingestion assay with five species of predatory fishes: bluehead wrasses Thalassoma bifasciatum, senorita wrasses Oxyjulis californica, pinfish Lagodon rhomboides, mummichogs Fundulus heteroclitus, and bonnethead sharks Sphyrna tiburo.