Definition of Squaloid. Meaning of Squaloid. Synonyms of Squaloid

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Definition of Squaloid

Squaloid
Squaloid Squa"loid, a. [NL. Squalus a genus of sharks (fr. L. squalus a kind of sea fish) + -oid.] (Zo["o]l.) Like or pertaining to a shark or sharks.

Meaning of Squaloid from wikipedia

- mesoparasitic barnacles that can be found attached to several species of deep-sea squaloid sharks, including at least black dogfish (Centroscyllium fabricii), combtooth...
- (boxers) cry (hounds) canine Dogfish Also see Shark ? ? ? troop selachian squaloid Spiny dogfish capeshark (USA) flake (UK, AUS) huss (UK) kahada (CAN) rigg...
- ISBN 978-92-5-101384-7. Jones, E.C. (1971). "Isistius brasiliensis, a Squaloid Shark, the Probable Cause of Crater Wounds on Fishes and Cetaceans" (PDF)...
- eels, halosaurs and notacanths. Benthopelagic sharks, like the deep sea squaloid sharks, achieve neutral buoyancy with the use of large oil-filled livers...
- the original on 2011-09-30. Jones, E. C. 1971. Isistius brasiliensis. a squaloid shark. the probable cause of crater wounds on fishes and cetaceans; Fish...
- pp. 108–109. ISBN 92-5-101384-5. Smith, H.M. (February 8, 1912). "The squaloid sharks of the Philippine Archipelago, with descriptions of new genera and...
- the Azores. These threats are compounded by the fact that, like other Squaloid sharks, the Little Sleeper shark is likely to be slow to mature, and the...
- barnacle Anelasma on the development of reproductive organs of deep-sea squaloid sharks, Centroscyllium and Etmopterus". Environmental Biology of Fishes...
- Garrick, J.A.F.; Springer, S. (December 31, 1964). "Isistius plutodus, a New Squaloid Shark from the Gulf of Mexico". Copeia. 1964 (4): 678–682. doi:10.2307/1441443...
- fulltexr[permanent dead link] Jones, E.C., 1971. Isistius-brasiliensis, a squaloid shark, probable cause of crater wounds on fishes and cetaceans. FISHERY...
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