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First record of canabota shark Hexanchus griseus Bonaterre, 1788 Pisces Chondrichthyes Hexanchidae in tropical American Pacific waters - Primer hallazgo del tiburon canabota Hexanchus griseus Bonaterre, 1788 Pisces Chondrichthyes Hexanchidae en aguas del Pacifico tropical Americano






Boletin de Investigaciones Marinas y Costeras, 27: 39-44

First record of canabota shark Hexanchus griseus Bonaterre, 1788 Pisces Chondrichthyes Hexanchidae in tropical American Pacific waters - Primer hallazgo del tiburon canabota Hexanchus griseus Bonaterre, 1788 Pisces Chondrichthyes Hexanchidae en aguas del Pacifico tropical Americano

The sharks of six and seven gill openings, that belong to the order Hexanchiformes, are very rare in the commercial captures of tropical America; its species are typical inhabitants of cold boreal seas, and they rarely enter into warm waters. The capture of Hexanchus griseus, for the first time, in tropical waters of the American Pacific ocean, is presented in this record.

Accession: 038249313

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