Pacific Angel Shark Bibliography

Cailliet, G.M., D.B. Holts, and D. Bedford. 1993. A Review of the Commercial Fisheries for Sharks on the West Coast of the United States. pp 13-20 In Julien Pepperell, John West, and Peter Woon (eds.) Shark Conservation: Proceedings of an International Workshop on the Conservation of Elasmobranchs held at Taronga Zoo, Sydney, Australia, 24 February 1991.

Cailliet, Gregor M., Henry F. Mollett, Gregory G. Pittenger, Dennis Bedford, and Lisa J. Natanson. 1992. Growth and Demography of the Pacific Angel Shark (Squatina californica), Based Upon Tag Returns off California. Aust. J. Mar. Freshw. res., 43: 1313-1330.

Fouts, William R., and Donald R. Nelson. 1999. Prey Capture by the Pacific Angel Shark, Squatina californica: Visually Mediated Strikes and Ambush-Site Characteristics. Copeia, 1999(2): 304-312.

Gaida, Ingo H. 1997. Population Structure of the Pacific Angel Shark, Squatina californica (Squatiniformes: Squatinidae), around the California Channel Islands. Copeia, 1997(4): 738-744.

Herald, Earl S. 1968. Size and Aggressiveness of the Sevengill Shark (Notorynchus maculatus). Copeia, 1968(2): 412-414.

Moser, Mike, and Shane Anderson. 1977. An Intrauterine Leech Infection: Branchellion lobata Moore, 1952 (Piscicolidae) in the Pacific Angel Shark (Squatina californica) from California. Can. J. Zool., 55: 759-760.

Natanson, Lisa J., and Gregor M. Cailliet. 1986. Reproduction and Development of the Pacific Angel Shark, Squatina californica, off Santa Barbara, California. Copeia, 1986(4): 987-994.

Natanson, Lisa J., and Gregor M. Cailliet. 1990. Vertebral Growth Zone Deposition in Pacific Angel Sharks. Copeia, 1990(4): 1133-1145.

Nelson, Donald R. 1990. Telemetry Studies of Sharks: a Review, with Applications in Resource Management. pp 239-256 In Harold L. Pratt, Jr., Samuel H. Gruber, and Toru Taniuchi (eds.) Elasmobranchs as Living resources: Advances in the Biology, Ecology, Systematics, and the Status of the Fisheries. NOAA Tech. Rep. NMFS 90.


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