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A review of the application of molecular genetics for fisheries management and conservation of sharks and rays.
Increased application of the most recent and emerging technologies will enable accelerated genetic data production and the development of new markers at reduced costs, paving the way for a paradigm shift from gene to genome-scale research, and more focus on adaptive rather than just neutral variation.
Data on the bycatch fishery and reproductive biology of mobulid rays (Myliobatiformes) in Indonesia
The extent of population genetic subdivision differs among four co-distributed shark species in the Indo-Australian archipelago
- J. Ovenden, T. Kashiwagi, D. Broderick, J. Giles, J. Salini
- Environmental ScienceBMC Evolutionary Biology
- 12 February 2009
Cooperative management between Australia and Indonesia is the best option at present for P. obscurus populations, but the sampling represented a relatively small part of their distributional range, so species-specific studies are recommended to provide new data to assist with sustainable fisheries management.
Genetic and phenotypic diversity in the wedgefish Rhynchobatus australiae, a threatened ray of high value in the shark fin trade
This is the first range-wide intraspecific study on any wedgefish species, and provides the most complete synthesis of mtDNA data to date for identifying Rhynchobatus fins in the global shark fin trade.
Extensive genetic population structure in the Indo-West Pacific spot-tail shark, Carcharhinus sorrah
Carcharhinus sorrah (Mulle and Henle, 1839) is a coastal pelagic shark of the tropical and subtropical Indo?West Pacific, reaching 1.6 m total length. The species is widely harvested in line, net,…
Notes on female reproductive biology and embryos of the brown guitarfish Rhinobatos schlegelii from the Penghu Islands, Taiwan
Litter size and details of the reproductive biology of female brown guitarfish Rhinobatos schlegelii from the Penghu Islands, Taiwan, are provided for the first time. Litter size ranged 1–14 (mean…
Species Identification from sharks fins - Phase 1
The Society for Wildlife Forensic Science standards and guidelines
Performance of iSharkFin in the identification of wet dorsal fins from priority shark species