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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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(2009, 2011) reportaron variaciones significativas durante el almacenamiento en hielo de filete de raya (Dasyatis brevis) y cazon (Mustelus lunulatus).
Reproductive biology and diet of Mustelus punctulatus (Risso, 1826) (Chondrichthyes: Triakidae) from the Gulf of Gabes, central Mediterranean Sea.
In addition, grey smoothhound, Mustelus californicus, round stingray, Urobatis halleri, california butterfly ray, Gymnura marmorata, bat ray, Myliobatis californica, and the rare southern invader, longtail goby, Ctenogobius sagittula, were taken.
Effects of species, sex, length and locality on the mercury content of school shark Galeorhinus australis (Macleay) and gummy shark Mustelus antarcticus Guenther from south-eastern Australian waters.
(2006), studied the transcriptomic relations in the dog shark Mustelus canis and reported a range of 1.5-2.7 for adult males and 1.1-3.6 for females.
brown smoothhound, Mustelus henlei), which possess an anal fin and do not have dorsal fin spines.
Mientras que a nivel de genero encontramos a Carcharhinus (17 spp., 7.9%), Raja (9 spp., 4.2%) y Mustelus (9 spp., 4.2%) como los mejor representados (Fig.
Age, growth and maturity of a New Zealand endemic shark (Mustelus lenticulatus) estimated from vertebral bands.
In other parts of North America, several sharks have been reported inhabiting Eelgrass habitat, including Sandbar Sharks (Carcharhinus milberti) in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland and Virginia (Orth and Heck 1980), Leopard Sharks (Triakis semifasciata) in Humboldt Bay, California (Ebert and Ebert 2005), and Gray Smooth-hound Sharks (Mustelus californicus) in Bolsa Chica, Orange County, California (Espinoza and others 2011).