Ideally you want to track them for several years,' says Irene Kingma of the Dutch Elasmobranch
In contrast, other pelagic elasmobranchs
have longer point-to-point movements, such as the tiger shark Galeocerdo cuvier (3,500 km) (Lea et al.
Implications for fisheries management Small and benthic (or benthopelagic) elasmobranch
species tend to exhibit more distinct population structures at smaller spatial scales than those exhibited by large pelagic species (Larson et al., 2017).
Life History Patterns in the Elasmobranchs
: Implications for Fisheries Management.
Morphology of the mechanosensory lateral line system in elasmobranch
fishes: ecological and behavioral considerations.
Lastly, there is one powerful sensory adaptation present in all elasmobranch
that consisted of multiple small subcutaneous vesicles located around the head, snout, or mouth area.
It is important to note that, in the depth ranges we surveyed, both benthic elasmobranchs
(sharks, skates, and rays) and chimaerids (ratfishes) are common in southern California waters [17,18].
Age determination of elasmobranchs
presents unique challenges compared to that of teleosts.
Age determination of an elasmobranch
(Squalus acanthias) by x-ray spectrometry.
(2014) estimated the length-mass relationship of 21 species of elasmobranchs
in Venezuela, and S.
The MDS plot shown in Figure 3B revealed significant differences in fish and elasmobranch
bycatch assemblages between fishing grounds (ANOSIM.
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