Dogshark from Angola
Dogshark (family Squalidae) from off Angola. Looks very much like the widely distributed Centroscyllium fabricii, known from 200-1,600 m, including off W. Africa. Colour, robustness, caudal fin (tail), size and placement of dorsal fins are all right - to confirm the species we would need a better image to see spines on leading edges of dorsal fins.
|Title:||Dogshark from Angola|
|Date:||18 June 2011|
|Classification:||Kingdom Animalia > Phylum Chordata (Chordates) > Class Chondrichthyes (Rays, Sharks & relatives) > Squaliformes (Dogfish)|
|Site:||Atlantic > South Atlantic > Angola - Block 31|
|Latitude:||6 deg 13' 17" S|
|Longitude:||7 deg 48' 44" E|
|Countries:||West Africa > Angola|
|Project Partners:||Subsea 7|
|Keywords:||swimming, shark, Centroscyllium fabricii|
|Deposited By:||Dr Daniel Jones|
|Deposited On:||05 July 2011|
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