Prionace glauca

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Synonyms for Prionace glauca

slender cosmopolitan, pelagic shark

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Biological characteristics of blue shark, Prionace glauca, in the Mediterranean Sea.
Reproductive biology of the blue shark Prionace glauca (Chondrichthyes: Carcharinidae) off Baja California Sur, Mexico.
This species has longterm sperm storage, a characteristic of nomadic sharks, such as Prionace glauca and Carcharhinus obscurus, that can store sperm in specialized tubules for months or years.
Histopathological reactions of the blue shark, Prionace glauca, to post larvae of Hepatoxylon trichiuri (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha: Fepatoxilidae) in relationship to scolex morphology.
12% for Centrophorus granulosus, 9% for Centrophorus squamosus, 17% for Prionace glauca, 10% for Mustelus spp.
5 m Hexanchiformes Notorhynchus cepedianus 2-3 m Lamniformes Prionace glauca 3-4 m Lamniformes Galeocerdo cuvieri 5-6 m Lamniformes Scyliorhinus stellaris 0.
Thus, the principal goal of this study was to compare the trophic position of two sharks Prionace glauca (Linnaeus, 1758) and Isurus oxyrinchus (Rafinesque, 1810) -both well known as top predators in the southeastern Pacific waters (SEP)-, in two periods of time.
The blue shark Prionace glauca (Linnaeus, 1758) is one of the most abundant pelagic sharks and is the most widely distributed in all oceans of the world (Compagno 1984); it is also the most heavily fished shark in the world.
Distribution and relative abundance of the blue shark, Prionace glauca, in the south western equatorial Atlantic Ocean.
Preliminary studies on the age and growth of the blue shark, Prionace glauca, common thresher, Alopias vulpinus, and shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus, from California waters.
En primer lugar, el tiburon azul, Prionace glauca, fue capturado en areas donde la profundidad excedio los 1800 m.
Further, because significant differences were detected in the CPUE of sharks between areas (see Results and Discussion) the yearly CPUE's of gray and blue sharks, Prionace glauca, were calculated at seven seamounts located in subareas I and II (Fig.