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leopardo

Leopard shark Triaks semifasciata Distribuction, Mortality rate, Yield, and Stock Replenishment Estimates Based on a Tagging Study in a San Francico Bay.

Autor(es): 
SMITH, S. E. & ABRAMSON, N. J.
Referência completa: 
SMITH, S. E. & ABRAMSON, N. J. 1990. Leopard shark Triaks semifasciata Distribuction, Mortality rate, Yield, and Stock Replenishment Estimates Based on a Tagging Study in a San Francico Bay. Fishery Bulletin (88):371-381.

Validated age and growth of the leopard shark, Triakis semifasciata, with comments on reproduction.

Autor(es): 
KUSHER, D. I., smith, S. E. & Caillet, G. M.
Referência completa: 
KUSHER, D. I., smith, S. E. & Caillet, G. M., 1992. Validated age and growth of the leopard shark, Triakis semifasciata, with comments on reproduction. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 35:187-203.

Demography of the Central California population of the leopard shark (Triakis semifasciata).

Autor(es): 
CAILLIET, G. M.,
Referência completa: 
CAILLIET, G. M., 1992. Demography of the Central California population of the leopard shark (Triakis semifasciata). Aust. J. Mar. Freshwater Res. 43:183-193.

Indiciados por Captura Ilegal

The U.S. Attorney's office said today that a federal grand jury has indicted six men on charges of criminally catching and selling thousands of undersized juvenile leopard sharks allegedly harvested from the San Francisco Bay.

The indictment, which was returned on Jan. 24 and unsealed Tuesday afternoon, alleges that the pastor of a San Leandro church, four men involved in the aquarium industry, and a fisherman violated the Lacey Act, which makes it a federal offense to knowingly sell or purchase fish, wildlife or plants that were captured in violation of any underlying law.

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