(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.
Age and growth of the smooth dogfish (Mustelus canis
) in the northwest Atlantic Ocean.
The research team performed the sensory experiments on smooth dogfish sharks (Mustelus canis
), a small species fairly common in waters off New England.
"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.
Other authors have also described the mandibular musculature as the effector of the mandibular nerve in some sharks and rays species like Notorynchus cepedianus (Daniel, 1934), Squalus sp (Gilbert, 1986, Whitehouse & Grove, 1947), Squalus acanthias (Gans & Parsons, 1964), Mustelus canis
and Raja eglanteria (Song & Boords, 1993).
CHLAMYDOSELACHIDAE (Frill Sharks) Chlamydoselachus anguineus Garman, 1884 Frill shark TRIAKIDAE (Smoothhound Sharks) Mustelus canis
canis (Mitchill, 1815) Dusky smoothhound, Smooth dogfish Mustelus canis
insularis Heemstra, 1997 Antillean smoothhound Mustelus higmani Springer and Lowe, 1963 Smalleye smoothhound Mustelus norrisi Springer, 1940 Florida smoothhound, Narrowfin smoothhound Mustelus sinusmexicanus Heemstra, 1997 Gulf smoothhound ODONTASPIDAE (Sand Tiger Sharks) Odontaspis ferox (Risso, 1810) Ragged-tooth shark, Smalltooth sand tiger shark (1) Nakaya, K.
Twenty four species of fish are reported for the first time from Colombian shrimp by-catch: Carcharhinidae (Carcharhinus obscurus Lesueur 1818), Triakidae (Mustelus canis
Mitchill, 1815, 2900 mm l.
For objectives (a) and (b) we employed dogfish erythrocytes and thrombocytes (Mustelus canis
), blood ark erythrocytes (Anadara ovalis), and horseshoe crab amebocytes (Limulus polyphemus), all of which contain a marginal band (MB) of microtubules.
En los muestreos realizados se reportaron Mustelus canis
, Hexanchus nakamurai y Squalus cubensis, por primera vez para las pesquerias deportivas de la region noroccidental de Cuba.
Catches of Atlantic sharpnose shark (Rhizoprionodon terraenovae) and smooth dogfish (Mustelus canis
) were significantly reduced with magnetic hook-and-line treatments, whereas catches of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) and clearnose skate (Raja eglanteria) were not.
The highest shark catch rate occurred at the west-southwest longline site with 6 captures (5 scalloped hammerheads and 1 smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis