Notice on two big mako shark catches made by recreational fishermen off southern California. Specimen No. 1 Date: 2nd July 2012 Location: Marina del Rey, Los Angeles County, California Species: Shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) Size: estimated 800 to 900 lbs in weight. Sportfishermen caught this huge mako shark about 15 miles off the coast
Published online on 3rd July 2012 Estimating the Potential Impacts of Large Mesopredators on Benthic Resources: Integrative Assessment of Spotted Eagle Ray Foraging Ecology in Bermuda Ajemian MJ, Powers SP, Murdoch TJT ABSTRACT: Declines of large sharks and subsequent release of elasmobranch mesopredators (smaller sharks and rays) may pose problems for marine fisheries management as
Published online on 29. June 2012 Morphological Characters of the Thickbody Skate Amblyraja frerichsi (Krefft 1968) (Rajiformes: Rajidae), with Notes on Its Biology Bustamante C, Lamilla J, Concha F, Ebert DA, Bennett MB ABSTRACT: Detailed descriptions of morphological features, morphometrics, neurocranium anatomy, clasper structure and egg case descriptions are provided for the thickbody skate Amblyraja
The European Commission is disappointed with the outcomes of the 83rd annual meeting of the Inter American Tropical Tuna Commission (IATTC), which finished on 29 June in La Jolla, California, the United States.