3 edition of Field guide to requiem sharks (Elasmobranchiomorphi: Carcharhinidae) of the western North Atlantic found in the catalog.
Field guide to requiem sharks (Elasmobranchiomorphi: Carcharhinidae) of the western North Atlantic
2001 by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, [National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English
|Other titles||Requiem sharks.|
|Series||NOAA technical report NMFS -- 153.|
|Contributions||United States. National Marine Fisheries Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
The second group, known as Requiem Sharks, includes most of the species regularly encountered by anglers in our coverage area. Some are popular sporting targets and easily recognized, but sorting out the identity of the others can be difficult for many fishermen.
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A brief introduction includes information on 'shark usefulness', attacks, and diet. The first sharks appeared in the oceans over million years ago. Listed below are extant species of shark. Sharks are spread across described and 23 undescribed species in eight orders.
The families and genera within the orders are listed in alphabetical order. Also included is a field guide to place sharks into the correct order. The finetooth shark (Carcharhinus isodon) is a species of requiem shark, in the family Carcharhinidae, found in the western Atlantic Ocean, from North Carolina to forms large schools in shallow, coastal waters, and migrates seasonally following warm water.
A relatively small, slender-bodied shark, the finetooth shark can be identified by its needle-like teeth, Field guide to requiem sharks book Class: Chondrichthyes. You don't become the subject of a movie like "Jaws" without being dangerous in real life as well. Indeed, the great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) leads all other sharks in attacks on people and boats, as well as fatalities.
Currently, the great white shark has been connected with a total of attacks, including unprovoked attacks and 65 fatalities [source: ISAF]. Sharks are some of the most misunderstood animals on the planet.
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Modern sharks are classified within the clade Selachimorpha (or Selachii) and are the sister group to the r, the term "shark" has also been used for extinct members of the subclass Class: Chondrichthyes. List of the Marine Fish species of North Carolina - compiled This is a listing of the marine fish species that are known to occur or presumed to occur in North Carolina waters, based on A Field Guide to Coastal Fishes: from Maine to Texas, by Kells and Carpenter, Natal Sharks Board’s Field Guide to Sharks and Other Marine Animals.
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Free delivery for many products. For many years, brief encounters between sharks and humans could leave the latter with a vivid memory of the much-maligned fish but no convenient means of identifying it more specifically.
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Vivid illustrations by Val Kells complement the expertise of researchers Edward O. Murdy and John A. Musick. They describe fishes that inhabit waters ranging from low-salinity estuaries to the point where the Bay meets the Atlantic. Guide to Shark Identification. Identifying free-swimming sharks in the wild isn’t easy.
It requires knowledge, experience, and a willingness to look for details. Unfortunately, underwater lighting is subdued and a cruising shark will rarely remain long in any one place, thus reducing visible contrast and the time available to gather clues.
The Red Sea Sharks exhibits keys for the identification of shark families and shark species in each family, a morphological description of each shark species, its feeding habits and reproductive cycle, and illustrations of a side view of each species, and an enlargement of both upper and lower teeth.
Oceanic, but may be found close inshore where the continental shelf is narrow (Ref.).Usually found to at least m (Ref.
).Reported from estuaries (Ref. ).Epipelagic, occasionally occurs in littoral areas (Ref. ).Feeds on fishes (herring, silver hake, white hake, red hake, cod, haddock, pollock, mackerel, butterfish, sea raven and.
The blue shark’s sleek, tapered body makes it a graceful swimmer. Its elongated tail provides swimming power as it moves side-to-side. This shark is among the fastest swimming of the sharks and probably among the fastest swimming of all fish. Estimates of its speed vary, but some say that it can swim at about 60 miles per hour (97 km/h).
Features. Table of Contents for Sharks, skates, and rays of the Gulf of Mexico: a field guide / Glenn R. Parsons, available from the Library of Congress. How to Prevent and Treat Them Skate and Ray Conservation Shark Identification Key to the Families of Sharks of the Gulf of Mexico Requiem or Gray Sharks, Family Carcharhinidae Galapagos, bull, oceanic whitetip, tiger, blue sharks; Family: Carcarhinidae (requiem sharks) Conservation The whitetip reef population isn't in danger, but this shark lives in shallow water in a restricted habitat where fisheries can catch it easily using gill nets and longlines.
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The tiger shark has a special gill slit (a spiracle) behind its eyes that provides oxygen flow directly to the eyes and brain. There is little doubt that the tiger shark is the most dangerous animal inhabiting coral reefs.
This shark is ovoviviparous and may have up to 80 or more pups per litter. Field Guide for the identification of major demersal fishes of India.
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SHARKS. Identification guide to the must-know species. $ Leonard Compagno, Marc Dando, Sarah Fowler. One of the small Collins Gem guides: physcally small, 80 x mm, but big on information. A very handy pocket guide of different species of sharks world-wide with an introduction to shark anatomy, reproduction and evolution.
Dorsal spines (total): 0; Dorsal soft rays (total): 0; Anal spines: 0; Anal soft rays: species is a huge, vertical tiger-striped shark with a very short or broad, bluntly rounded snout (its length much less than width of mouth), long upper labial furrows (about as long as snout, reaching front of eyes), a big mouth with large, saw-edged, cockscomb-shaped teeth.
Dorsal spines (total): 0; Dorsal soft rays (total): 0; Anal spines: 0; Anal soft rays: 0.A large shark with a broadly rounded snout, triangular saw-edged upper teeth, curved moderate-sized pectoral fins, and an interdorsal ridge (Ref. ).Blue-grey, lead-grey above, white below; tips of pectoral and pelvic fins, as well as lower lobe of caudal fin and dorsal fins often dusky in young, plain.
Only a handful of the over species of sharks are dangerous, and even these rarely attack humans. People, however, are responsible for the death of 11, sharks every hour, every day. Since sharks grow slowly, breed late in life and generally bear few young, the populations of many species of sharks are declining dramatically.
Inhabits shallow water close inshore on coral reefs and in the intertidal zone (reef flats), near reef drop-offs and close offshore (Ref. ).Also found in mangrove areas, moving in and out with the tide (Ref.
) and even in fresh water, but not in tropical lakes and rivers far from the sea (Ref. ).Occurs singly or in small groups (Ref. ). Feeds mainly on bony fishes, also small sharks, cephalopods, and shrimps (Ref.
), rays and gastropods (Ref. Youngs feed heavily on crustaceans such as blue crabd and mantis shrimp (Ref. Viviparous (Ref. Sexual dimorphism is evident in thickness of skin layer of maturing and adult females (Ref.
This brief introduction is merely an overview, so if you want to know more about shark anatomy, identification of shark species, etc.
turn to the following book. This book is the ultimate field guide and one of the best books ever written on sharks: Compagno, Leonard, et al. Sharks of the World. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press.
A coastal and freshwater shark inhabiting shallow waters especially in bays, estuaries, rivers, and lakes (Ref. ).It readily penetrates far up rivers and hypersaline bays and littoral lagoons (Ref.).Capable of covering great distances (up to kilometers in 24 hours), moving between fresh and brackish water at random (Ref.
Like other fish, sharks extract oxygen from seawater as it passes over their gill slits are not covered like other fish, but are in a row behind its head.
A modified slit called a spiracle is located just behind the eye; the spiracle assists the water intake during respiration and even plays a major role in bottom dwelling sharks, but is also reduced or missing in active pelagic.
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Islip, NY: National Audubon Society, Living Oceans Program, p.FAMILY CARCHARHINIDAE—REQUIEM SHARKS — PETER VAN DER SLEEN and JAMES S. ALBERT Family includes 59 species in 12 genera worldwide, including sev-eral species that enter freshwater. In the Amazon, one species, Carcharhinus leucas (the Bull shark), is occasionally encountered.
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