La profundidad a la que se capturo tiburon gris, Carcharhinus
falciformis, raramente excedio los 40 m, mientras que el tiburon martillo, Sphyrna lewini, se capturo hasta los 143 m.
Food habits of the smooth dogfish, Mustelis canis, dusky shark, Carcharhinus
obscurus, Atlantic sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon terranovae, and the sand tiger, Carcharias taurus, from the northwest Atlantic Ocean.
Within each respective management group, the Atlantic sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon terraenovae, a member of the small coastal management group, was most often captured, and the blacktip shark, Carcharhinus
limbatus, was the species captured most often in the large coastal management group, using either longlines or gillnets (Table 2).
of control magnet Species n treatments treatments Rhizoprionodon 15 7 8 terraenouae Carcharhinus
limbatus 6 3 3 Carcharhinus
plumbeus 4 2 2 Dasyatis americana 4 1 3 Negaprion breuirostris 1 0 1 Total elasmobranchs 30 13 17 Table 2 Elasmobranch catch composition from longline gear with barium-ferrite magnets in 54 sets.
Validated age and growth of the sandbar shark Carcharhinus
plumbeus (Nardo 1827) in the waters off western Australia.
Sin embargo, los generos de la familia Carcharhinidae como Carcharhinus
Blainville, 1816 y Rhizoprionodon Whitley, 1929, pueden ser dificiles de identificar debido principalmente a la forma similar del cuerpo, color y sobreposicion de distribuciones (Grace, 2001).
Age and growth of Carcharhinus
leucas in the northern Gulf of Mexico: incorporating variability in size at birth.
Sharks in the genus Carcharhinus
were (and remain) the most difficult to identify.
Genetic identification of Carcharhinus
sharks from the southwest Atlantic Ocean (Chondrichthyes: Carcharhiniformes).
Age and growth of the blacknose shark, Carcharhinus
acronotus (Poey, 1860) off the Northeastern Brazilian Coast.
The aim of this study was to identify possible relationships between these transcriptome tracers and oxidative stress in the silky shark Carcharhinus
Moreover, while the actual sensitivity to an EMF is known for only a few elasmobranch species, we note that at least two Atlantic species, Carcharhinus
plumbeus and Sphyrna lexvini, are able to detect an EMF in the 25-100pT range (Meyer et al.
east coast, a more extensive fishery developed primarily for the sandbar shark , Carcharhinus
plumbeus, although the fishery was not as intensive as the west coast fisheries.
En ella se ha registrado con anterioridad una rica asociacion faunistica, constituida por sirenidos, cocodrilos, quelonios, tiburones (Otodus megalodon, Hemipristis serra, Negaprion brevirostris, Carcharhinus
In the bull shark, Carcharhinus
leucas, head width is positively correlated to bite force, and this shark generates the highest mass specific bite force of any shark measured to date (Habegger et al.