Family Chlamydoselachidae - Frilled sharks
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  Class
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Elasmobranchii
No. in FishBase
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Genera : 1 | Species : 2 Eschmeyer's Catalog of Fishes
  Environment
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Fresh : No | Brackish : No | Marine : Yes
  Division
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Marine
  Aquarium
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none
  First Fossil Record
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middle   Tertiary     Oligocene
Ref..   Berg, L.S. 1958
  Remark
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Distribution: Japan, California, Europe, and nothern Chile. Gill openings 6. First gill with the margin continuous across throat. Mouth terminal. No barbels. Small spiracles present. No nictitating lower eyelids. Single spineless dorsal fin. Body elongated and eel-like with prominent keels on abdomen; anal fin larger than dorsal fin. 3-cusped teeth in upper and lower jaws. Benthic on the outer continental and insular shelves and upper slopes, at depths usually between 120 and 1280 m, but occasionally taken at the surface. Rare, little known deep-water sharks. Ovoviviparous, embryos feed solely on yolk (Ref. 50449). 8-12 young in a litter. Probably feed on deepwater cephalopods and bottom fishes. Maximum size 196 cm. chlamys (gr.) = cape, frill; selach- (gr.) = sharks and rays
  Etymology
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Greek, chlamys = tunic + Greek, selachos = a kind of shark ( Ref. 45335).
  Reproductive guild
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bearers
  Typical activity level
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  Main Ref
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  Coordinator
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  Deep Fin Classification
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Ref.
[ e.g. 9948]
Glossary
[ e.g. cephalopods]


Species/Synonymy list for the family Chlamydoselachidae as currently in FishBase

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In the column CofF, the digit indicates the status of synchronization with CofF: 0: Not checked; 1: Same status;   2: Different status;   3: Other combination;   4: Synonym in CofF;   5: Species/Subspecies issue;   6: Synonym of another species in CofF;   7: Not in CofF;   8: Should not be in CofF. The CofF version currently used is the one published on 23-07-2014 (Ref. 97102).

The list ordered as follows:

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Scientifc name Status Senior/Junior synonym Combination CofF
acceptedseniororiginal2
Didymodus anguineus (Garman, 1884)
synonymseniornew
synonymseniororiginal
synonymseniororiginal
synonymseniororiginal
Chlamydoselachus africana Ebert & Compagno, 2009
acceptedseniororiginal2
Chlamydoselachus sp. A Not applicable
synonymotherother
Chlamydoselachus anguineus (non Garman, 1884)
misappliedmisappliedmisapplied
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