Carcharhinidae


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Noun1.Carcharhinidae - largest family of living sharks; found worldwide especially in tropical waters; dorsal fin lacks spines: requiem sharks including tiger sharks and soupfin sharks
fish family - any of various families of fish
requiem shark - any of numerous sharks from small relatively harmless bottom-dwellers to large dangerous oceanic and coastal species
Carcharhinus, genus Carcharhinus - type genus of the Carcharhinidae
genus Negaprion, Negaprion - lemon sharks
genus Prionace, Prionace - blue sharks
Galeorhinus, genus Galeorhinus - a genus of Carcharhinidae
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The bull shark, lemon shark, and sharks identified only to the family Carcharhinidae were observed in videos from 3% of sites (2 of 72 sites).
Morphological abnormalities in a blue shark Prionace glauca (Chondrichthyes: Carcharhinidae) foetus from southern Brazil.
Utilization of a tropical bay as a nursery area by sharks of the families Carcharhinidae and Sphyrnidae.
Shark fins do not account for 5% of the total body weight, especially in species that are finned including the Sphyrnidae and Carcharhinidae (Cortes and Neer, 2006; Biery, 2012).
PR SC GP Belonidae Tylosurus pacificus Pacific aguajon Tylpac x needlefish Carangidae Caranx caninus Pacific crevalle Carcan x jack Oligoplites saurus Leatherjacket Olisau x Carcharhinidae Carcharhinus Blacktip shark Carlim x x x limbatus Scaridae Scarus ghobban Blue-barred Scagho x parrotfish Centropomidae Centropomus viridis White snook Cenvir x Chanidae Chanos chanos Milkfish Chacha x x x Clupeide Opisthonema Galapagos thread Opiber x x x berlangai herring Gerriidae Diapterus peruvianus Peruvian mojarra Diaper x x x Gerres cinereus Yellow fin mojarra Gercin x x x Haemulidae Anisotremus Burrito grunt Aniint x x interruptus Haemulon Greybar grunt Haesex x sexfasciatum Haemulon scudderii Grey grunt Haescu x x x Orthopristis Scalyfin grunt Ortlet x x lethopristis Orthopristis sp.
Es asi que 19 especies (49% de las conocidas de Colombia) del orden ameritaron su presencia en el libro rojo o se consideran amenazadas por la IUCN, 12 de ellas en la familia Carcharhinidae (Bent-Hooker, et al., 2017b; Caldas, 2017; Caldas, et al, 2017b; Forbes, et al., 2017; Gomez, et al., 2017a, 2017b, 2017c, 2017d, 2017e; Navia, et al., 2017; Zapata, et al., 2017).
Species from the top predator functional level (TL [greater than or equal to] 4.0), such as those from the Sphyrnidae and Carcharhinidae families, were not recorded during any of the fishing trips in 2007.
Having a high level of C18:1n9+n7 could be a distinctive feature of the Carcharhinidae family.
Dientes orales de Carcharhinidae indeterminado: coronas de dientes aislados de forma triangular, biconvexas, con presencia de cuello lingual (fig.
Beginning in the 1980's, sharks (mainly Carcharhinidae and Sphyrnidae) were taken as incidental catch from other commercial fisheries.
Carcharhinus leucas (Muller y Henle, 1839); carcharhinidae: Tiburon toro (PN, PS, ZN, CA, VC), Madrecazon (PS, ZN).
The blacktip is a member of the Carcharhinidae family, which includes bull and dusky shark; among them, blacktips are smaller, but as fish go, they're still pretty impressive, frequently reaching 100 pounds, occasionally topping 200.