Alternative life-history styles of cartilaginous fishes in time and space

@article{Compagno2004AlternativeLS,
  title={Alternative life-history styles of cartilaginous fishes in time and space},
  author={L. Compagno},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2004},
  volume={28},
  pages={33-75}
}
  • L. Compagno
  • Published 2004
  • Environmental Biology of Fishes
  • SynopsisCartilaginous fishes, the sharks, rays and chimaeras (class Chondrichthyes), are a very old and successful group of jawed fishes that currently contains between 900 and 1100 known living species. Chondrichthyians show a high morphological diversity during most of their evolutionary career from the Paleozoic to the present day. They are relatively large predators which have remained a major, competitive element of marine ecosystems despite the varied rivalry of numerous other marine… CONTINUE READING
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