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Tendon structure of the caudal fin in the BlueShark, Prionace glauca. In “Sharks: Biology and Fisheries”.

Autor(es): 
KEITHAN, E. D., MA, J. Y. & RASCHI, W.
Referência completa: 
KEITHAN, E. D., MA, J. Y. & RASCHI, W. 1992. Tendon structure of the caudal fin in the BlueShark, Prionace glauca. In “Sharks: Biology and Fisheries”. (Ed. J. G. Pepperell.) Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 43:149-156.

Adaptations for spatial vision in sharks.

Autor(es): 
HUETER, R. E.
Referência completa: 
HUETER, R. E., 1991. Adaptations for spatial vision in sharks. The Journal of Experimental Zoology Supplement, 5:130-141.

Tracking coastal sharks with small boats: Hammerhead Shark pups as a case study. In “Sharks: Biology and Fisheries”.

Autor(es): 
HOLLAND, K. N., LOWE, C. G., PETERSON, J. D. & GILL, A.
Referência completa: 
HOLLAND, K. N., LOWE, C. G., PETERSON, J. D. & GILL, A. 1992. Tracking coastal sharks with small boats: Hammerhead Shark pups as a case study. In “Sharks: Biology and Fisheries”. (Ed. J. G. Pepperell.) Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 43:61-66.

A myxosporean parasite (Myxosporea: Multivalvulida)in the skeletal muscle of epaulette sharks, Hemiscyllium ocellatum (Bonnaterre), from the Great Barrier Reef.

Autor(es): 
HEUPEL, M. R. & Bennett, M. B.
Referência completa: 
HEUPEL, M. R. & Bennett, M. B., 1996. A myxosporean parasite (Myxosporea: Multivalvulida)in the skeletal muscle of epaulette sharks, Hemiscyllium ocellatum (Bonnaterre), from the Great Barrier Reef. Journal of Fish Diseases, 19:189-191.

Notes on Philippine sharks, III The Hammer head Sharks, Sphyrnidae.

Autor(es): 
HERRE, A. W.
Referência completa: 
HERRE, A. W. 1930. Notes on Philippine sharks, III The Hammer head Sharks, Sphyrnidae. Copeia (4):141-144.

Sharks, skates, and Rays: the biology of Elasmobranch fishes.

Autor(es): 
HAMLET, W. C.
Referência completa: 
HAMLET, W. C. 1999. Sharks, skates, and Rays: the biology of Elasmobranch fishes. ED. John Hopkins. 515p.

Natural history notes on tiger sharks, Galeocerdo tigrinus, caught at Key West, Florida, with emphasis on food and feeding habits.

Autor(es): 
GUDGER, E. W.,
Referência completa: 
GUDGER, E. W., 1949. Natural history notes on tiger sharks, Galeocerdo tigrinus, caught at Key West, Florida, with emphasis on food and feeding habits. Copeia (1):39-47.

Potential invasive factors associated with Vibrio carcharie, an opportunistic pathogen for sharks.

Autor(es): 
GRIMES, D. J., Burgess, J., Crunkleton Jr., J. A., Brayton, P. R. & Colwell, R. R.,
Referência completa: 
GRIMES, D. J., Burgess, J., Crunkleton Jr., J. A., Brayton, P. R. & Colwell, R. R., 1989. Potential invasive factors associated with Vibrio carcharie, an opportunistic pathogen for sharks. Journal of Fish Diseases, 12:69-72.

A new record extending the southerly distribution of the shark ray (Rhina ancylostomus), and notes on the behaviour of the specimen in captivity. In “Sharks: Biology and Fisheries”.

Autor(es): 
GORDON, I.
Referência completa: 
GORDON, I. 1992. A new record extending the southerly distribution of the shark ray (Rhina ancylostomus), and notes on the behaviour of the specimen in captivity. In “Sharks: Biology and Fisheries”. (Ed. J. G. Pepperell.) Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 43:319-323.

On deep-water sharks caught off the Mediterranean coast of Israel.

Autor(es): 
Golani, D.
Referência completa: 
Golani, D. 1986/87. On deep-water sharks caught off the Mediterranean coast of Israel. Israel J. Zool. 34:23-31
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