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Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett

Collector:
Thomas L. Aron
Ocean/Sea/Gulf:
Pacific, Bering Sea
Preparation:
Dry Osteological Specimen
Photograph
Prep Count:
1
4
Place:
On the beach at Port Moller, Alaska, Alaska, United States, Pacific
Collection Date:
Aug 2011
Taxonomy:
Animalia Chordata Chondrichthyes Lamniformes Lamnidae
Published Name:
Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett
USNM Number:
404353
Specimen Count:
1
Record Last Modified:
19 Aug 2014
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Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett

Ocean/Sea/Gulf:
Pacific
Preparation:
Dry Osteological Specimen
Specimen Notes
Prep Count:
1
2
Place:
the Donor, Dr. Hajime Ishihara, Univ. of Tokyo, Guessed That It Was Collected From Northern Japan. Market Specimen ?, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan, Pacific
Taxonomy:
Animalia Chordata Chondrichthyes Lamniformes Lamnidae
Published Name:
Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett
Accession Number:
392969
USNM Number:
313874
Specimen Count:
1
Notes:
Head only.
Record Last Modified:
19 Aug 2014
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Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett

Ocean/Sea/Gulf:
Pacific, Bering Sea
Preparation:
Dry Osteological Specimen
Alcohol
Specimen Notes
Prep Count:
1
1
1
Remarks:
Jaws and skull.
Eye capsules.
Place:
It was taken by a fisherman in a place called "black Hills", sw of Port Moller on the Bering Sea side. The fisherman was not identified, but was almost certainly a salmon gill-netter, probably in early September 2012. The tail of the fish was cut off,, Alaska, United States, Pacific
Collection Date:
Sep 2012
Taxonomy:
Animalia Chordata Chondrichthyes Lamniformes Lamnidae
Published Name:
Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett
USNM Number:
409718
Specimen Count:
1
Notes:
Specimen was was taken by a fisherman in a place called "Black Hills", SW of Port Moller on the Bering Sea side. The fisherman was not identified, but was almost certainly a salmon gill-netter, probably in early September 2012. The tail of the fish was cut off, probably to remove it from the net- they are not fun animals for the fishermen. The fish was delivered to TOM ARON, from a salmon tender, rather late at night, Tom removed the head and the jaws that night. The jaw was dried, the head was salted down. Jaws and skull. Specimen was 300-400 lbs. estimated. Donated by TOM and WILLIAM ARON from University of Washington November 2012.
Record Last Modified:
19 Aug 2014
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Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett

Ocean/Sea/Gulf:
Pacific
Preparation:
Unknown
Dry Osteological Specimen
Specimen Notes
Prep Count:
1
1
1
Place:
Pacific
Taxonomy:
Animalia Animalia Chordata Chordata Chondrichthyes Chondrichthyes Lamniformes Lamniformes Lamnidae Lamnidae
Published Name:
Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett
Lamna nasus
Accession Number:
273342
USNM Number:
201731
Specimen Count:
1
Notes:
Rec. from: mr. s. springer. placed in tank.
Record Last Modified:
19 Aug 2014
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Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett

Vessel:
Hugh M. Smith
Collector:
Richard S. Shomura
R. Uchida
Ocean/Sea/Gulf:
Pacific
Preparation:
Unknown
Place:
Pacific, Pacific
Taxonomy:
Animalia Chordata Chondrichthyes Lamniformes Lamnidae
Published Name:
Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett
Accession Number:
223938
USNM Number:
179569
Specimen Count:
1
Site Number:
13
Record Last Modified:
19 Aug 2014
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Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett

Collector:
David S. Jordan
Ocean/Sea/Gulf:
Pacific
Type Status:
Paratype
Type Citation:
Hubbs, C. L. & Follett, W. I. 1947. Copeia. 1947 (3): 194.
Place:
Santa Cruz, Cal., California, United States, Pacific
Collection Date:
1880
Taxonomy:
Animalia Chordata Chondrichthyes Lamniformes Lamnidae
Published Name:
Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett
USNM Number:
27368
Specimen Count:
1
Notes:
Tissue sample was provided to stephen harrison, queens university of belfast, aug 1999.
Record Last Modified:
18 Aug 2014
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Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett

Collector:
Tarleton H. Bean
Ocean/Sea/Gulf:
Atlantic
Preparation:
Dry Osteological Specimen
Prep Count:
1
Place:
Kodiak Island, Alaska, Alaska, United States, Atlantic
Taxonomy:
Animalia Animalia Chordata Chordata Chondrichthyes Chondrichthyes Lamniformes Lamniformes Lamnidae Lamnidae
Published Name:
Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett
Lamna nasus
USNM Number:
110902
Specimen Count:
1
Notes:
Jaws
Record Last Modified:
19 Aug 2014
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Lamna cf. ditropis Hubbs & Follett

Collector:
Peter J. Harmatuk Sr.
Place:
Beaufort County, North Carolina, United States
Collection Date:
1977
Common name:
Mackerel Shark
Salmon Shark
Taxonomy:
Animalia Chordata Chondrichthyes Lamniformes Lamnidae
Published Name:
Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett
USNM Number:
PAL435330
Specimen Count:
1
Site Number:
42246
Record Last Modified:
25 Aug 2014
Skeletal Morphology:
Skull element, partial rostrum
Geological Age:
Cenozoic - Tertiary - Pliocene - Hemphillian
Stratigraphy:
Chesapeake Group - Yorktown Fm
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Lamna cf. ditropis Hubbs & Follett

Collector:
V. McCollum
Place:
Dorchester County, South Carolina, United States
Collection Date:
1988
Common name:
Mackerel Shark
Salmon Shark
Taxonomy:
Animalia Chordata Chondrichthyes Lamniformes Lamnidae
Published Name:
Lamna ditropis Hubbs & Follett
USNM Number:
PAL435305
Specimen Count:
1
Record Last Modified:
25 Aug 2014
Skeletal Morphology:
Skull element, tooth
Geological Age:
Cenozoic - Tertiary - Oligocene
Stratigraphy:
Cooper Fm - Chandler Bridge Mbr
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Chondrocranial Morphology of the Salmon Shark, Lamna ditropis, and the Porbeagle, L. nasus (Lamnidae)

Author:
Maisey, John G.
Springer, Victor G.
Object Type:
Smithsonian staff publication
Electronic document
Year:
2013
Topic:
Vertebrates
Animals
Zoology
Natural History
Citation:
Copeia, 2013(3): 378-389.
Doi:
10.1643/CG-12-130
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Feeding habits of the blue shark, Prionace glauca, and salmon shark, Lamna ditropis, in the transition region of the Western North Pacific

Author:
Kubodera, T
Watanabe, H
Ichii, T
Type:
Citations
Date:
2007
Topic:
Pacific--Northwestern
Taxonomy:
Predators--sharks--Prionace glauca
Cephalopoda--Gonatidae--Berryteuthis--anonychus
Cephalopoda--Histioteuthidae--Histioteuthis--dofleini
Cephalopoda--Cranchiidae--Belonella--borealis
Cephalopoda--Alloposidae--Haliphron--atlanticus
Cephalopoda--Gonatidae--Gonatopsis--borealis
Cephalopoda--Onychoteuthidae--Onychoteuthis--borealijaponicus
Cephalopoda--Chiroteuthidae--Chiroteuthis--calyx
Cephalopoda--Cephalopods
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