Squalus suckleyi

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Related to Squalus suckleyi: Squalus acanthias, spiny dogfish
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Noun1.Squalus suckleyi - dogfish of Pacific coast of North AmericaSqualus suckleyi - dogfish of Pacific coast of North America
spiny dogfish - small bottom-dwelling dogfishes
genus Squalus, Squalus - spiny dogfishes
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Resurrection and redescription of Squalus suckleyi (Girard, 1854) from the North Pacific, with comments on the Squalus acanthias subgroup (Squaliformes: Squalidae).
Non-teleost prey consumed included cephalopods, crustaceans, rajiform fish, hagfish or lamprey, squaliform or elasmobranch fish (such as Pacific Spiny Dogfish, Squalus suckleyi), gastropods, polychaetes, bivalves, and instances of the consumption of mammals or birds (Luxa and Acevedo-Gutierrez 2013).
However, with the exception of the schooling Squalus suckleyi and Galeorhinus galeus, most of these species are usually solitary and thus it would be unlikely that we would have observed large numbers of any of these taxa unless these habitats were somehow attracting these fishes.
Pacific spiny dogfish, Squalus suckleyi (hereafter termed "spiny dogfish"), is a species of Squali form shark found throughout the
Por ello, en Mexico se encuentran especies de aguas templadas como Squalus suckleyi, Somniosus pacificus y Torpedo californica, representantes de la provincia de California, otras de tolerancia a aguas templado-tropicales como Heterodontus mexicanus y Squatina dumeril de las provincias de Cortes y de la de Carolina respectivamente, y debido a que los ambientes tropicales dominan en ambos litorales, se encuentra que la condrictiofauna mexicana esta principalmente representada por estas especies que son propias de las provincias Caribena y la de Panama.
Biological and vitamin A studies of dogfish landed in the state of Washington (Squalus suckleyi).
Fine structure of spermiogenesis in the elasmobranch fish Squalus suckleyi. I.
Hierarchical clustering analysis also indicated that Lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus), Pacific Spiny Dogfish (Squalus suckleyi), and Spotted Ratfish (Hydrolagus colliei) were part of the shelf cluster, but this result was not confirmed by partitioning analysis.