Abstract

Centrina bruniensis, sp. nov. Centrina bruniensis, Morton in lit.)

Body oblong, with the back and sides rounded, and the belly flattened. Head small and strongly depressed, its breadth equal to the distance between the tip of the snout and the spiracle: snout short and obtuse, the distance between its tip and the nearest point of the mouth less than that between the same and the anterior margin of the eye. Nostrils equidistant from the eye and the extremity of the snout. Eye large, with a strong bony supraorbital ridge, situated midway between the tip of the snout and the anterior gill-opening. Spiracles large, opening behind the upper half of the eye, with a moderate intervening space.

 
Download Complete Work

Bibliographic Data

Short Form
Ogilby, 1893, Rec. Aust. Mus. 2(5): 62–63
Author
J. Douglas Ogilby
Year
1893
Title
Description of a new shark from the Tasmanian coast
Serial Title
Records of the Australian Museum
Volume
2
Issue
5
Start Page
62
End Page
63
DOI
10.3853/j.0067-1975.2.1893.1194
Language
English
Date Published
30 September 1893
Cover Date
30 September 1893
ISSN
0067-1975
CODEN
RAUMAJ
Publisher
The Australian Museum
Place Published
Sydney, Australia
Digitized
11 September 2009
Reference Number
1194
EndNote
/Uploads/Journals/16672/1194.enw
Title Page
/Uploads/Journals/16672/1194.pdf
File size: 81kB
Complete Work
/Uploads/Journals/16672/1194_complete.pdf
File size: 291kB