Movement patterns of the draughtboard shark Cephaloscyllium laticeps (Scyliorhinidae) determined by passive tracking and conventional tagging.

@article{Awruch2012MovementPO,
  title={Movement patterns of the draughtboard shark Cephaloscyllium laticeps (Scyliorhinidae) determined by passive tracking and conventional tagging.},
  author={Cynthia A. Awruch and Stewart Frusher and John D. Stevens and Adam Barnett},
  journal={Journal of fish biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={80 5},
  pages={1417-35}
}
A combination of passive tracking and conventional tagging was used to provide insight into the movement patterns of the draughtboard shark Cephaloscyllium laticeps, the most common catshark in coastal areas of southern Australia. A series of acoustic receivers deployed throughout south-eastern Tasmania as well as a receiver array along an isolated reef, Crayfish Point Reserve (CPR), passively tracked 25 C. laticeps from January to July 2003. Cephaloscyllium laticeps were present from 4 to 98… CONTINUE READING

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