Mustelus


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Related to Mustelus: smoothhound shark
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Noun1.Mustelus - smooth dogfishesMustelus - smooth dogfishes      
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Triakidae, Triakidae - small sharks with smooth skins and lacking spines on their dorsal fins
American smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis - found along the Atlantic coast of the Americas
Florida smoothhound, Mustelus norrisi - found from the northern Gulf of Mexico to Brazil
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2006), studied the transcriptomic relations in the dog shark Mustelus canis and reported a range of 1.
brown smoothhound, Mustelus henlei), which possess an anal fin and do not have dorsal fin spines.
Los ordenes con mayor diversidad especifica son: Carcharhiniformes (59 especies), Squaliformes (24) y Lamniformes (13); a nivel de familias: Carcharhinidae (con 26), Pentanchidae y Triakidae (cada una con 11) y Sphyrnidae (7); y a nivel generico: Carcharhinus (17), Mustelus (9), Sphyrna (7) y Apristurus (6) (Fig.
Gomez G, Zapata L, Franke R, Ramos G (2003) Habitos alimentarios de Mustelus lunulatus y M.
Ontogenetic dietary shifts and feeding ecology of the rasptail skate Raja velezi and the brown smoothhound shark Mustelus henlei along the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, Central America.
Movements of Brown Smooth-hounds, Mustelus henlei, in Tomales Bay, California.
Other shark species sighted in the Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary include the Gummy Shark Mustelus antarcticus.
The interleukin 1 (IL-1) system in the uteroplacental complex of a cartilaginous fish the smoothhound shark Mustelus canis.
Se utilizaron cazones de la especie Mustelus lunulatus con una longitud promedio de 80 cm, capturados con red agallera monofilamento colocada en el Golfo de Baja California, a 40km de Bahia de Kino, Sonora, Mexico, en abril 2007.
188 12,2 Galeocerdo cuvieri 12 0,8 Mustelus norrisi Rhizoprionodon 22 1,4 terraenovae Sphyrna spp.
The narrow sub-second time window in which this bilateral detection causes the turn response corresponds well with the swimming speed and odour patch dispersal physics of our shark species," known as Mustelus canis or the smooth dogfish, said Jayne Gardiner of the University of South Florida.