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Distribution, environment and biology of batoid fishes off Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil. A review.
Available published and unpublished information on the distribution, environment and biology of batoid fishes occurring off Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina is summarized and reviewed for sixty species, and rajids are the dominant batoid family within the area studied.
Deep demersal fish assemblage structure in the Porcupine Seabight (Eastern North Atlantic): results of single warp trawling at lower slope to abyssal soundings
The dynamics of clearance, segregation and elimination of a marine bacterium, Moraxella sp., by the shore crab, Carcinus maenas (L.) has been studied utilizing fluorescent and radiolabelling
Marine biodiversity at the community level: zoogeography of sharks, skates, rays and chimaeras in the southwestern Atlantic
For more than a century, two major zoogeographic provinces have been proposed for the southwestern Atlantic: a warm water Argentinean Province from Rio de Janeiro (23°S, Brazil) to Valdés Peninsula
Rays of the World
Rays of the World is the first complete pictorial atlas of the world’s ray fauna and includes information on many species only recently discovered by scientists while undertaking research for the book.
Apristurus melanoasper, a new species of deep-water catshark from the North Atlantic (Chondrichthyes: Carcharhiniformes: Scyliorhinidae)
Une nouvelle espece d'holbiche de profondeur, Apristurus melanoasper sp. nov., est decrite a partir de 53 specimens de l'ocean Atlantique Nord, captures entre 512 et 1520 m de profondeur. Cette
Complementary redescription of Raja lintea Fries, 1839 (Elasmobranchii, Rajidae) and its revised generic assignment
Since a mature male of R. lintea became available, the author has reinvestigated the species, and presents here its so farunknown diagnostic characters of clasper morphology and skeleton, scapulocoracoid and pelvis, and assigns the species on this basis to the genus Rajella Stehmann, 1970.
First records of Raja (dipturus) trachyderma Krefft & Stehmann, 1975 from the Southeastern pacific off Chile, with first descriptions of its clasper characters and additional skeletal and
Features are presented to distinguish adult Raja (Dipturus) flavirostris of about 100 cm TL from immature R. (D.) trachyderma of the same size, both occurring almost sympatrically in Chilean waters.