Semantic Scholar uses AI to extract papers important to this topic.
All three species of angel sharks (genus Squatina) inhabiting the Mediterranean Sea are listed as Critically Endangered in the… Expand Historical baselines are needed to reconstruct long-term changes in marine animal populations and enhance our ability to… Expand This paper contributes to the reproductive biology of the genus Squatina and aims to complement the criteria, uniformity and… Expand Two new species of the genus Squatina (Chondrichthyes: Squatinidae) from the Gulf of Mexico. Two undescribed species of the genus… Expand On 4 January 2014, a female specimen of Squatina squatina was entangled in trammel-net, at a depth of about 50 m. The specimen… Expand The morphology and taxonomy of species of Squatina from the southwestern Atlantic Ocean are revised. Species previously… Expand The current work presents a comprehensive checklist of the Omani fish species. The different fish samples have been collected… Expand Four species of angel sharks (family Squatinidae) occur in temperate and subtropical Australian waters. Two of these, Squatina… Expand La reproduction de l'ange de mer epineux Squatina aculeata est decrite a partir de specimens captures au large du Senegal… Expand A single specimen of the sawback angel shark, Squatina aculeata Cuvier, 1829, was obtained from Gokova Bay (southern Aegean Sea… Expand