Lamna


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Related to Lamna: Lamna nasus, Lemna minor
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Noun1.Lamna - a genus of LamnidaeLamna - a genus of Lamnidae      
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Lamnidae, Lamnidae - oceanic sharks
Lamna nasus, porbeagle - voracious pointed-nose shark of northern Atlantic and Pacific
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Shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus, and porbeagle, Lamna nasus, associated with longline swordfish fishery in NW and N Spain.
Along with blue sharks, porbeagles - Lamna nasus in Latin - are the most common species of shark in UK waters.
With the exceptions of Porbeagle, Lamna nasus, that had been targeted in the early 1960's off New England (Campana et al.
These were published in 2004 under the following titles: Khwela-Khwela yimoto kaMama (Mom's Taxi by Mteto Mzongwana, Onele Mfeketo & Orbin Lamna translated by Pamella Maseko); Oomashayela phezulu (In the fast lane by Nokuthula Mazibuko translated by Xolisa Guzula) and Lajuxuz' igqirha lemk' etiphini (Divine Dump Dancer by Russell Kaschula translated by Pamella Maseko & Xolisa Guzula).
Eocene teeth of the type described above have variously been referred to Lamna (18), Cretolamna (20) and Serratolamna (9).
Djungel Janne ar en kaskadslot, dar vinstsymbolerna forsvinner sEN fort de gett vinst for att lamna plats ENt nya vinstsymboler.
Changes in baseline growth and maturation parameters of Northwest Atlantic porbeagle, Lamna nasus, following heavy exploitation.
In addition to life history characteristics, night sharks exhibit population parameters that fall between those of the blue and porbeagle, Lamna nasus, sharks.
Long and Waggoner's [12] analysis, based solely on dental characters, is incongruent with the phylogenies, since the analysis suggests Isurus is the sister group to a clade consisting of Carcharodon and Lamna.
Salmon shark manual: the development of a commercial salmon shark, Lamna ditropis, fishery in the North Pacific.
Isurus oxyrinchus, Galeus melastomus, Dasyatidae, Hexanchus griseus, Lamna nasus, Cetorhinus maximus, Echinorhinus brucus, and Etmopterus spp.