Family Pseudotriakidae - False catsharks
  Order
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  Class
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Elasmobranchii
No. in FishBase
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Genera : 3 | Species : 4 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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upper   Jurassic    
Ref..   Berg, L.S. 1958
  Remark
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Big deep-water bottom-dwelling shark of the continental and insular slopes from 200 to 1500 m. Found in all oceans from Madagascar to Taiwan and Hawaii, and to Iceland. A large, bulky, dark-brown, soft-bodied shark with elongated, catlike eyes and nictitating eyelids, large spiracles, a huge, wide, angular mouth that reaches behind eyes, very short labial furrows, numerous small cuspidate teeth in 200 or more rows in each jaw. Two large spineless dorsal fins and an anal fin, the first dorsal fin being low, long and keel-like. Caudal fin with a strong ventral lobe. Ovoviviparous, with litters of 2 to possibly 4 young. Probably feeds on a variety of deepwater bony fishes, elasmobranchs and invertebrates.
  Etymology
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Greek, pseudes = false + Greek, triakis = thrice ( Ref. 45335).
  Reproductive guild
:
bearers
  Typical activity level
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normal
  Main Ref
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  Coordinator
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  Deep Fin Classification
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[ e.g. 9948]
Glossary
[ e.g. cephalopods]


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

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The list ordered as follows:

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Scientifc name Status Senior/Junior synonym Combination CofF
Pseudotriakis microdon de Brito Capello, 1868
acceptedseniororiginal2
Pseudotriakis acrales Jordan & Snyder, 1904
synonymjuniororiginal2
! Pseudotriakis acrages Jordan & Snyder, 1904
synonymjuniororiginal
Planonasus parini Weigmann, Stehmann & Thiel, 2013
acceptedseniororiginal2
Gollum attenuatus (Garrick, 1954)
acceptedseniornew
Triakis attenuata Garrick, 1954
synonymseniororiginal2
! Gollum attenuatum (Garrick, 1954)
synonymseniornew
Gollum suluensis Last & Gaudiano, 2011
acceptedseniororiginal2
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