Cetorhinus


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Synonyms for Cetorhinus

comprising only the basking sharks

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The Family Cetorhinidae Gill, 1862, includes one extant genus, Cetorhinus Blainville, 1816, and a single living species, the basking shark, C.
In the northeastern Pacific, Cetorhinus maximus ranges from the Gulf of California, northern Mexico to the Gulf of Alaska and perhaps the Aleutian Island chain (Mecklenburg et al.
Conventionally, almost all late Miocene and younger cetorhinids are referred to Cetorhinus maximus, and early Miocene and Oligocene basking sharks are assigned to Keasius parvus.
Growth and mortality of the basking shark Cetorhinus maximus and their implications for management of whale sharks Rhincodon typus.
A critique of some literature data on the growth, reproduction and mortality of the lamnid shark, Cetorhinus maximus (Gunnerus).
Alopias superciliosus * Alopias vulpinus Carcharodon carcharias * Cetorhinus maximus * Isurus oxyrinchus * Lamna nasus ?
No returns to date have been reported for the basking shark, Cetorhinus maximus; finetooth shark, Carcharhinus isodon; smalltail shark, C.
vulpinus X X Cetorhinus maximus X Carcharodon carcharias X X Isurus oxyrinchus X X X I.
This material has produced, in addition to LACM 40211, more than 100,000 teleostean otoliths (saccular), which represent as many as 65 species belonging to 30 or more families, several thousand teeth of sharks, skates, and rays, Cetorhinus (basking shark) gill takers, and hundreds of squid statoliths (Clarke and Fitch 1979).
Whale sharks, Rhincodon typus; and basking sharks, Cetorhinus maximus, are filter feeders and, except for accidental entanglement, would not be a component of longline catches.
Chondrichthyes Lamnidae Isurus oxyrinchus Rafinesque, 1810 Cetorhinidae Cetorhinus sp.
Basking sharks, Cetorhinus maximus, are frequently observed along the central and northwestern southern California coast during the winter and spring months.
It has been suggested that two band pairs are deposited annually in the basking shark, Cetorhinus maximus (Parker and Stott, 1965) and the shortfin mako shark, Isurus oxyrinchus (Pratt and Casey, 1983), although validation is still pending for these species.
Reproduction of the basking shark, Cetorhinus maxitaus (Gunnerus).