Prionace glauca


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Noun1.Prionace glauca - slender cosmopolitan, pelagic sharkPrionace glauca - slender cosmopolitan, pelagic shark; blue body shades to white belly; dangerous especially during maritime disasters
requiem shark - any of numerous sharks from small relatively harmless bottom-dwellers to large dangerous oceanic and coastal species
genus Prionace, Prionace - blue sharks
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Bycatch and discard mortality in commercially caught blue sharks Prionace glauca assessed using archival satellite pop-up tags.
From stratum 5 to deeper areas, the main catches were from pelagic fishes as Xiphias gladius, Prionace glauca and Isurus oxyrinchus (Table 4).
Preliminary studies on the age and growth of blue Prionace glauca, common thresher, Alopias vulpinus, and shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus, sharks from California waters.
2009), Santana-Hernandez (2009), Smith (2009), Cabrera-Chavez-Costa (2010), Carrera-Fernandez (2010); asi como la evaluacion de poblaciones de tiburon con la aplicacion del modelo demografico para Prionace glauca Linnaeus 1758, Carcharhinus falciformis Bibron 1839, Carcharhinus leucas Valenciennes 1839, Rhizoprionodon terraenovae Richardson 1836 y Sphyrna tiburo Linnaeus 1758, realizados por Garcia-Gomez (2000), Guerrero-Maldonado (2005) y Soriano-Velasquez et al.
This had been described for other species of carcharhinids, such Rhizoprionodon terranovae and Prionace glauca (Pratt & Tanaka 1994).
coryphaenae lo que implica que la pota es el hospedero intermediario para este parasito y los posibles definitivos son Prionace glauca Linnaeus 1758 y Carcharinus spp.
However, three other species were similarly represented within the overall catch composition, the: blue shark, Prionace glauca (11.
Further notes on reproduction of the blue shark, Prionace glauca, and a postulated migratory pattern in the South Atlantic Ocean.
Centrophorus granulosus, Centrophorus squamosus, Prionace glauca, Mustelus spp.