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Noun1.Cetorhinus - comprising only the basking sharksCetorhinus - comprising only the basking sharks; in some classifications considered the type genus of a separate family Cetorhinidae
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
family Lamnidae, Lamnidae - oceanic sharks
basking shark, Cetorhinus maximus - large harmless plankton-eating northern shark; often swims slowly or floats at the sea surface
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1995, 2005), se cree que existen varias poblaciones de especies de peces afines a aguas templadas aisladas en la parte norte del Golfo de California, entre ellas varios condrictios como Beringraja binoculta, Cetorhinus maximus, Hydrolagus colliei, Platirhinoidis triseriata y Raja inornata, entre otros.
Whale sharks, Rhincodon typus Smith 1828, are the largest of all fishes and one of only three filter-feeding species of sharks; the others are the basking shark, Cetorhinus maximus, and the megamouth shark, Megachasma pelagios.
fasciatum Cucullaea I ODONTASPIDIDAE Palaeohypototus rutoti Acantilados, Cucullaea I Odontaspis winkleri Acantilados, Cucullaea I Striatolamia macrota Acantilados, Cucullaea I CETORHINIDAE Cetorhinus sp.
En cara mesial y distal de la raiz, tres canales laterales se abren al interior en una depresion Cetorhinidae Cetorhinus maximus 5 (6) Dientes moderadamente grandes, con o sin aserraduras y en forma de hoja, sin cuspides laterales Alopiidae 6 (5) Dientes grandes, sin aserraduras y sin cuspides laterales Pseudocarchariidae --Dientes unicuspidiados, delgados y prominentes.
5-1 m Lamniformes Sphyrna zygaena 3-4 m Lamniformes Cetorhinus maximus 3-12 m Lamniformes Carcharodon carcharias 5-6 m Lamniformes Isurus oxyrhynchus 3-4 m Lamniformes Alopias vulpinus 3-4 m Lamniformes Rhincodon typus 12-13 m Heterodontiformes Heterodontus zebra 0.
The family Cetorhinidae Gill includes one extant genus, Cetorhinus Blainville, and a single living species, the basking shark, C.
Age, size and vertebral calcification in the basking shark, Cetorhinus maximus (Gunnerus).
To gain experience in distinguishing white shark centra from those of the basking shark, Cetorhinus maximus, the following specimens were examined at the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History: C.
This material has produced approximately 21,000 saccular (= sagitta) otoliths, representing at least 67 species belonging in 26 or more families, several thousand teeth of sharks, skates, and rays, Cetorhinus sp.
Isurus oxyrinchus, Galeus melastomus, Dasyatidae, Hexanchus griseus, Lamna nasus, Cetorhinus maximus, Echinorhinus brucus, and Etmopterus spp.
Clarke and Fitch (1979:492) in a study of Cenozoic teuthoid (cephalopod) statoliths from North America, reported that a 1,800 kg sample from numerous sites in the "Barker's Ranch beds" produced more than 100,000 fish otoliths and several thousand teeth of sharks, skates, and rays, Cetorhinus sp.
vulpinus 48 2 Basking shark, Cetorhinus maximus 156 0 White shark, Carcharodon carcharias 36 2 Shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus 3,457 320 Longfin mako, I.