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Ctenacis and Gollum, two new genera of sharks (Selachii; Carcharhinidae)
Leonard J. V. Compagno
in [San Francisco]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 270-271.
|Statement||by L. J. V. Compagno.|
|Series||Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th ser., v. 39, no. 14, Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences ;, v. 39, no. 14.|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .C253 vol. 39, no. 14, QL638.95.C3 .C253 vol. 39, no. 14|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||74153786|
The reddish-brown blotched, spotted and barred colour pattern of this shark is unique; also, an anal fin and two equal-sized, spineless dorsal fins, the first over abdomen slightly closer to pelvic fins than pectorals, nictitating eyelids, a triangular mouth, very short labial furrows, comblike posterior teeth, short anterior nasal flaps that do not reach mouth, and a stout . Play Animal Jam: Check out the latest on the Daily Explorer: Subscribe to Animal Jam's YouT Missing: Ctenacis.
Gollum is a genus of ground sharks in the family Pseudotriakidae, native to the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The genus was described in by biologist Leonard Compagno, who named it named after the character Gollum from J. R. R. Tolkien's works, noting the species Gollum attenuatus (the slender smooth-hound) "bears some resemblance in form and habits".Class: Chondrichthyes. * Tolkien actually "contradicts" himself between The Hobbit and The Two Towers, for in the former Tolkien stated of Gollum (bold added). And when he said gollum he made a horrible swallowing noise in his throat. That is how he got his name, though he always called himself 'my precious.' ("Riddles in the Dark"). In the later work, during his self-reflection on regaining the Missing: Ctenacis sharks.
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Two new shark species have been identified and they look like nothing you've seen before. By Katie Hunt, CNN. Updated PM ET, Wed Ma Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out Missing: Ctenacis. “Ctenacis and Gollum, two new genera of sharks (Selachii; Carcharhinidae)“. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences.
Series 4. 39 (14): –). Teeth and Jaw: The mouth is angular, extending behind the eyes. The labial furrows are short. There are and abundance of small teeth. On average just under rows per jaw.
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FAO Species Catalogue. Vol. Sharks of the world. An annotated and illustrated catalogue of shark species known to date. Part 2 - Carcharhiniformes. FAO Fish. Synop. (4/2): Compagno, L.J.V. Ctenacis and Gollum, two new genera of sharks (Selachii; Carcharhinidae).
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Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture, Republic of Maldives and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 76 pp Compagno LJV () Ctenacis and Gollum, two new genera of sharks. Family PSEUDOTRIAKIDAE False Cat Sharks 3 genera • 5 species. Gollum Compagno named for antihero of Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings trilogy, “to whom [G.
attenuatus] bears some resemblance in form and habits”. Gollum attenuatus (Garrick ) referring to “attenuate, almost anguilliform as though emaciated” shape. Gollum suluensis. Some sharks reach gigantic sizes, such as the famous megalodon and, like this one, there are others that make up the Top 10 of the largest sharks that inhabit the oceans today.
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The author debunks the fearful myths and fierce legends, providing straightforward facts and the latest research on sharks/5(5). Richard Ellis is a genius in depicting the shark, and, its surrounding environment. If you have an interest in nature, or, in sharks, try this book.
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(), Ctenacis and Gollum, two new genera of sharks (Selachii; Carcharhinidae) ^ S. Springer (). “Triakis fehlmanni, a new shark from the coast of Somalia”. Proceedings of The Biological Society of Washington Features more than 80 of the world's scariest and ugliest sharks, leeches, alligators, squid, and other underwater es full-color photographs of every monster, together with annotated illustrations, amazing facts, and entertaining and education with straightforward /5(11).The current classification of triakid taxa divides the genera between the sub-families Triakinae and Galeorhininae.
The former includes the species in the genera Triakis, Mustelus, and Scylliogaleus, and the latter, the species in the remaining six triakid hinin species are further divided into iagins (Iago, Furgaleus, Hemitriakis, and Gogolia) and galeorhininins Cited by: