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Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department
From 1965 to 1991, the RTLA compiled a list of 20 "neoplasms" from cartilaginous fishes (14 from shark species, four from skates or rays, and two from chimaeras). Of ...
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Vertebrate Paleontology Photo Gallery
Florida Museum of Natural History, at the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. ELASMOBRANCHIOMORPHI (cartilaginous fishes) OSTEICHTHYES (bony fishes) AMPHIBIA (frogs, toads, salamanders) REPTILIA (dinosaurs, turtles, snakes, lizards, crocodilians) Dinosaurs Sauropod egg AVES ...
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Fishes - Taxonomic overview : - cardinalfishes Fishes - Taxonomic overview : - caribbean Phylum Porifera : Phylum Arthropoda : - carnivorous Phylum Platyhelminthes : - carpet Fishes - Taxonomic overview : - carps Fishes - Taxonomic overview : - cartilage Class Cephalochordata : - cartilaginous Fishes Background : - casing Phylum Loricifera : - catenella Phylum Sarcomastigophora : - catfish Fishes ...
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The sharks , rays , chimaeras , and their relatives are members of the class Chondrichthyes , the cartilaginous fishes, and consists of about 800 species worldwide. There are several other groups of living fishes, including the sarcopterygii (lobe finned fishes, such as ...
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The Wonders of the Seas: Sharks
Chondrichthyes (meaning "cartilage-fish"). Sharks and other cartilaginous fishes (rays, skates, and ratfishes) differ from the bony fishes in that they have a cartilaginous skeleton, and lack a swim bladder. This class of fishes ...
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Sharks and How They Live - Script
Fish with cartilaginous skeletons are grouped together in a special class which also includes the skates and rays, close relatives of the sharks. All of these cartilaginous fishes have another trait marking their difference from the bony fishes: the absence of a swim bladder. A swim bladder ...
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International Institute for Sustainable Development - Reporting Services (IISD RS) - What's new on Linkages - Thursday, 22 November 2007
Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals Overview of the Conservation Status of Cartilaginous Fishes in the Mediterranean Sea 2007 World Water Week Synthesis Report Fair Deals for Water Shed ...
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Female Shark's Virgin Birth
This certainly shows they have the capability to do this but there’s not much ...
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The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation - Biology
One major difference is that all sharks and rays (elasmobranchs) posess a cartilaginous skeleton as opposed to one composed of calcareous bone like that of goldfish, tunas, and most other bony fishes (hence the designation "bony fishes"!). Moreover, as ...
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Marine Vertebrates - MarineBio.org
Myciniform. Class Chondrichthyes This class consists of cartilaginous fish such as sharks and rays. These fish do not have bones; their ... Life / NEXT: The Structures & Adaptations to Marine Living ยป Feedback? | [Edit Content] Sharks & Rays | Fishes | Squid & Octopuses | Reptiles | Birds | Seals & Sea lions+ | Whales & Dolphins Site Map Join MarineBio | Partners ...
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