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- Thresher sharks are large lamniform sharks of the family Alopiidae found in all temperate and tropical oceans of the world; the family contains three...
- seven living families and 17 living species: Order Lamniformes Family Alopiidae Bonaparte, 1838 (thresher sharks) Genus Alopias Rafinesque, 1810 Alopias...
- software. Cl****: Chondrichthyes Order: Lamniformes. Family: Lamnidae Family: Alopiidae Family: Carcharhinidae Family: Sphyrnidae Order: Rajiformes. Family: Rhinobatidae...
- pelagic thresher (Alopias pelagicus) is a species of thresher shark, family Alopiidae; this group of sharks is characterized by the greatly elongated upper...
- There are at least 253 identified species of fish known to inhabit the marine and brackish regions of the Salish Sea. Species are listed by common name...
- species, such as the mackerel sharks (Lamnidae) and the thresher sharks (Alopiidae), no longer possess them. Chondrichthyes nervous system is composed of...
- Sri Lanka is a tropical island situated close to the southern tip of India. The diversity of fish fauna within the inland waterways and around the island...
- Trigonotodus is an extinct genus of sharks, most likely belonging to the family Alopiidae. This genus includes three extinct species, which span from the early...
- families Lamnidae (porbeagle, mackerel, salmon, and great white sharks) and Alopiidae (thresher sharks) exhibit endothermy. The degree of endothermy varies...
- Scientific name Image Alopias vulpinus, Common thresher, (Alopiidae) Chaenogaleus macrostoma, Hooktooth shark, (Hemigaleidae) Rhincodon typus, Whale shark...
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