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Sharks and rays of Borneo

P. R. Last

Sharks and rays of Borneo

by P. R. Last

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Published by CSIRO in Collingwood, Vic .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sharks,
  • Geographical distribution,
  • Identification,
  • Classification,
  • Rays (Fishes)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPeter R. Last ... [et al.].
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL638.9 .S478 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 298 p. :
    Number of Pages298
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25011834M
    ISBN 101921605596, 1921605642
    ISBN 109781921605598, 9781921605642
    LC Control Number2011280033
    OCLC/WorldCa605914211

    Janine N. Caira is the author of Sharks and Rays of Borneo ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ). FOOTNOTE: The Sabah Shark and Ray Initiative aims to strengthen the conservation of sharks and rays in Sabah, Malaysia by improving legal and regulatory frameworks, addressing commercial and small-scale bycatch of sharks and rays, improving the effectiveness of marine protected areas, assessing the feasibility of one locally managed marine area.

    Sharks and Rays of Borneo will be launched during the Sharks International Conference being held in Cairns from 7–11 June. Copies of the book are available from CSIRO Publishing, , [email protected] Views expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect those of , its staff or its advertisers. Tuna, manta rays, and sharks patrol just off the reef while schools of fusilier and surgeonfish glitter and sparkle in the bright sunlight. Gavin’s Playground, Mataking A minute boat ride from the resort, inside Tun Sakaran Marine Park, this shallow little site is home to more mandarin fish than imaginable.

    sharks and rays Our dive sites are home to resident bamboo sharks, cat sharks, leopard sharks, many species of rays, and if you are lucky you many encounter passing whale sharks! We are one of the only places in Sabah outside of Sipadan where you are almost guaranteed to see sharks!   Masidi and Junaidi, to increase shark and reef protection and to protect sharks and rays for the future of Borneo wildness. Learn more about the sharks of Sipadan and how you can support saving Sabah sharks at About National Geographic Society.


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Sharks and rays of Borneo by P. R. Last Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sharks and Rays of Borneo Th is f ul l - co lo ur fie ld g uid e co mp le me nt s a s im ila r bo ok o n t he ec on om ic all y i mp or t an t sha r k s and r a ys o f In don es ia. Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing, Octavo, paperback, colour photographs, line drawings, distribution maps.

WAS This full-colour field guide complements a similar book on the economically important sharks and rays of Indonesia. It is the result of a collaborative project between the governments of the United States, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia, and is funded by the National Science.

Descriptions of new Borneo sharks and rays Foreword Th s sequence of taxonom c papers s the consequence of two major surveys of the chondr chthyan fauna of Borneo. Inthe first major investigation of the sharks and rays of Sabah was n t ated through fund ng from the UK Darw n Foundat on.

Th s project addressed. The book contains all the vital information that will help meet the critical need for accurate identification to aid the conservation and management of this most vulnerable group of fishes. Sharks and Rays of Borneo describes the features, distribution, local names, habitat, biology and conservation status of shark and ray species.

Sharks and rays of Borneo. Collingwood, Vic: CSIRO Publishing. MLA Citation. Last, Peter R. Sharks and rays of Borneo / Peter R. Last [et al.] CSIRO Publishing Collingwood, Vic Australian/Harvard Citation. Last, Peter R. Sharks and rays of Borneo / Peter R. Last. Sharks and Rays of Borneo Field / Identification Guide Out of Print By: Peter R Last (Author), William Toby White (Author), Janine Nicole Caira (Author), Dharmadi (Author), Fahmi (Author), Kirsten Jensen (Author), Annie PK Lim (Author), B Mabel Manjaji-Matsumoto (Author), Gavin JP Naylor (Author), John J Pogonoski (Author), John D.

The marine fishing industry in Sabah produces a surplus for export and employs some 8, fishing boats fishermen. There are more than species of edible marine fishes found in Sabah’s fish markets of which species (excluding sharks and rays) are listed in this book.

In the latest study and review conducted by Fahmi (), a total of species from 41 families, comprising sharks and 98 rays, were recorded. A deep-sea.

Rhina ancylostoma, the bowmouth guitarfish, shark ray or mud skate, is a species of ray and a member of the family evolutionary affinities are not fully resolved, though it may be related to true guitarfishes and rare species occurs widely in the tropical coastal waters of the western Indo-Pacific, at depths of up to 90 m ( ft).

The Borneo River Shark, Glyphis fowlerae, is one of nine new species featured in the new book, Sharks and Rays of Borneo. The Philippine Ocellate Skate, Okamejei jensenae, a new species described inis featured in the Sharks and Rays of Borneo. Image credit – CSIRO: Image credit – CSIRO: Download Image.

The waters around Australia are home to the greatest diversity of sharks and rays on Earth. Spookfish, numbfish, stingarees, fiddler rays and cookie-cutter sharks are just some of the shark, ray and chimaerid species illustrated in the latest edition of Sharks and Rays of Australia.

Australia’s sharks, rays and chimaerids — collectively known as Chondrichthyans — are just as. The waters around Australia, the world's smallest continent, are home to the greatest diversity of sharks and rays on Earth. Fully of these sea creatures (along with their little-known relatives, the chimaerids) have been named or described since the first edition of this book - the biggest revision of the Class Chondrichthyes since the time of Linneaus.

Successor to the classic work in shark studies, The Elasmobranch Fishes by John Franklin Daniel (first publishedrevised and ), Sharks, Skates, and Rays provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of elasmobranch morphology. Coverage has been expanded from anatomy to include modern information on physiology and biochemistry.

According to the new book 'Sharks and Rays of Borneo', the island of Borneo has 30 different stingrays: not surprising for the most biologically diverse region on the planet. The first edition of Sharks and Rays of Australia was published in This second edition is fully revised, with descriptions of species of sharks, skates, rays, and chimaerids.

Sincethe Class Chondrichthyes has been extensively revised and the second edition of Sharks and Rays of Australia includes 26 species that have been formally described since the first edition, with formal. The Borneo shark (Carcharhinus borneensis) is a species of requiem shark, and part of the family Carcharhinidae.

Extremely rare, it is known only from inshore waters around Mukah in northwestern Borneo, though it may once have been more widely distributed.A small, gray shark reaching 65 cm (26 in) in length, this species is the only member of its genus with a row of enlarged pores above the.

This book is an excellent source of information on sharks and rays. I have another book called, "Princeton's Guide to Sharks" which does have much more sharks listed. That one lists practically every single shark in the world, but all the pictures of sharks are illustrations.

This book is mostly clear, and real photographs of sharks on every s: "The Biology of Sharks and Rays" is a comprehensive resource on the biological and physiological characteristics of the cartilaginous fishes: sharks, rays, and chimaeras.

In sixteen chapters, organized by theme, A. Peter Klimley covers a broad spectrum of topics, including taxonomy, morphology, ecology, and Reviews: Dorsal view of a Borneo guitarfish Rhinobatos borneensis (family Rhinobatidae), with all fins intact, at the SAFMA fish landing site, Kota Kinabalu.

This species is one of the new species of sharks and rays described from the region inahead of the publication of the book Rays of the World. Sharks and Rays of Borneo. Last, Peter et al. Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing,colour photographs, line drawings, distribution maps.

WAS $ This full-colour field guide complements a similar book on the economically important sharks and rays of Indonesia. It is the result of a collaborative project between the governments of the. The first comprehensive reference on the sharks and rays of Borneo, it contains everything you need to know about recognizing and identifying the sharks, rays and chimaeras caught and marketed in Indonesia.

Its user-friendly layout contains information on identifying features, size, distribution, local common names, habitat, biology and Cited by: With such attention grabbing jungles and wildlife, Borneo's beaches aren’t the first thing that come to mind to those planning a Borneo holiday, but with it’s gorgeous gently curving bays backed by lush rainforest, and some of the best diving opportunities in the world, it’s hard to think of a .This full-colour field guide complements a similar book on the economically important sharks and rays of Indonesia.

The first comprehensive reference on the sharks and rays of Borneo.