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ecology

Observations on the Morphology, Ecology and Life history of the Euryhaline stingray, Dasyatis gutata (Bloch and Schneider)1801.

Autor(es): 
THORSON, T. B.
Referência completa: 
THORSON, T. B. 1983. Observations on the Morphology, Ecology and Life history of the Euryhaline stingray, Dasyatis gutata (Bloch and Schneider)1801. Acta Biol. Venez., 11(4):95-125.

Reproduction and Ecology of the Atlantic Stingray, Dasyatis sabina, in Florida Coastal Lagoons.

Autor(es): 
SNELSON Jr, F. F., WILLIAMS-HOOPER, S.E. & SCHMID, T. H.
Referência completa: 
SNELSON Jr, F. F., WILLIAMS-HOOPER, S.E. & SCHMID, T. H. 1988. Reproduction and Ecology of the Atlantic Stingray, Dasyatis sabina, in Florida Coastal Lagoons. Copeia(3):729-739.

Squamation and Ecology of sharks.

Autor(es): 
REIF, W. E.
Referência completa: 
REIF, W. E. 1985. Squamation and Ecology of sharks. Cour. Forsch.-Inst. Seckenberg, 78:101p.

Elasmobranchs as Living Resources: Advances in the Biology, Ecology, Systematics, and the Status of the Fisheries.

Autor(es): 
PRATT JR, H. L., GRUBER, S. H. & TANIUCHI, T.
Referência completa: 
PRATT JR, H. L., GRUBER, S. H. & TANIUCHI, T. 1990. Elasmobranchs as Living Resources: Advances in the Biology, Ecology, Systematics, and the Status of the Fisheries. ED. U.S. Department of Commerce. 518p.

Reef Sharks & Rays of the World: A guide to their identification, behavior, and ecology.

Autor(es): 
MICHAEL, S. W.
Referência completa: 
MICHAEL, S. W. 1993. Reef Sharks & Rays of the World: A guide to their identification, behavior, and ecology. Sea Challengers, Monterey, Califórnia, 107p.

A preliminary investigation of the feeding ecology of catsharks (Scyliorhinidae) off the west coast of southern Africa.

Autor(es): 
Ebert, D. A., Cowley, P. D., and L. J. V. Compagno.
Referência completa: 
Ebert, D. A., Cowley, P. D., and L. J. V. Compagno. 1996. A preliminary investigation of the feeding ecology of catsharks (Scyliorhinidae) off the west coast of southern Africa. S. Afr. J. Mar. Sci. 17:233-240.

A preliminary investigation of the feeding ecology of squaloid sharks off the west coast of southern Africa.

Autor(es): 
Ebert, D. A., Compagno, L. J. V., and P. D. Cowley.
Referência completa: 
Ebert, D. A., Compagno, L. J. V., and P. D. Cowley. 1992. A preliminary investigation of the feeding ecology of squaloid sharks off the west coast of southern Africa. S. Afr. J. Mar. Sci. 12:601-609.

Growth characteristics of two populations of Mustelus manazo from Japan based upon cross-readings of vertebral bands. In: Elasmobranchs as living resources: Advances in the Biology, Ecology, Systematics, and the Status of Fisheries

Autor(es): 
CAILLIET, G. M., Yudin, K. G., Tanaka, S. & Taniuchi, T.,
Referência completa: 
CAILLIET, G. M., Yudin, K. G., Tanaka, S. & Taniuchi, T., 1990. Growth characteristics of two populations of Mustelus manazo from Japan based upon cross-readings of vertebral bands. In: Elasmobranchs as living resources: Advances in the Biology, Ecology, Systematics, and the Status of Fisheries (PRATT JR., H. L., Gruber, S. H. & Taniuchi, T. eds.) NOAA Report 90.

In: Elasmobranchs as living resources: Advances in the Biology, Ecology, Systematics, and the Status of Fisheries (PRATT JR., H. L., Gruber, S. H. & Taniuchi, T. eds.)

Autor(es): 
CAILLIET, G. M. & Tanaka, S.,
Referência completa: 
CAILLIET, G. M. & Tanaka, S., 1990. In: Elasmobranchs as living resources: Advances in the Biology, Ecology, Systematics, and the Status of Fisheries (PRATT JR., H. L., Gruber, S. H. & Taniuchi, T. eds.) NOAA Report 90.

Disease caused by Nemesis robusta (van Beneden, 1851) (Eudactylinidae: Siphonostomatoida: Copepoda) infections on gills filaments of thresher sharks (Alopias vulpinus (Bonaterre, 1758)), with notes on parasite ecology and life history

Autor(es): 
BENZ, G. W. & Adamson, S. A. M.
Referência completa: 
BENZ, G. W. & Adamson, S. A. M., 1990. Disease caused by Nemesis robusta (van Beneden, 1851) (Eudactylinidae: Siphonostomatoida: Copepoda) infections on gills filaments of thresher sharks (Alopias vulpinus (Bonaterre, 1758)), with notes on parasite ecology and life history. Can. J. Zool. vol.68:1180-1186.
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