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TANAKA, K. & SHIINA, T. & TOMITA, T. & SUZUKI, S. & HOSOMICHI, K. & SANO, K. & DOI, H. & KONO, A. & KOMIYAMA, T. & INOKO, H. & KULSKI, J.K. & TANAKA, SHO (2013)
Evolutionary Relations of Hexanchiformes Deep-Sea Sharks Elucidated by Whole Mitochondrial Genome Sequences. BioMed Research International, 2013: ID 147064, 11 pp.
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TANAKA, M. & MÜNSTERBERG, A. & ANDERSON, W.G. & PRESCOTT, A.R. & HAZON, N. & TICKLE, C. (2002)
Fin development in a cartilaginous fish and the origin of vertebrate limbs. Nature, 416 (6880): 527–531
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TANAKA, S. (1905)
On two new species of Chimaera. Journal of the College of Science, Imperial University, 20 (11): 1–14, Pls. 1–2.
TANAKA, S. (1908)
Notes on Some Japanese Fishes, with Descriptions of Fourteen New Species. Journal of the College of Science, Imperial University, Tokyo, 23 (7): 1–60
TANAKA, S. (1909)
Descriptions of one new genus and ten new species of Japanese fishes. Journal of the College of Science. Imperial University, Tokyo, 27 (8): 1–27, Pl. 1.
TANAKA, S. (1911)
Figures and descriptions of the fishes of Japan, including the Riukiu Islands, Bonin Islands, Formosa, Kurile Islands, Korea, and southern Sakhalin. Figures and Descriptions of the Fishes of Japan, 3: 35–50
TANAKA, S. (1911)
Figures and descriptions of the fishes of Japan, including the Riukiu Islands, Bonin Islands, Formosa, Kurile Islands, Korea, and southern Sakhalin. Figures and Descriptions of the Fishes of Japan, 4: 51–70
TANAKA, S. (1911)
Figures and descriptions of the fishes of Japan, including the Riukiu Islands, Bonin Islands, Formosa, Kurile Islands, Korea, and southern Sakhalin. Figures and Descriptions of the Fishes of Japan, 1: 1–18
TANAKA, S. (1912)
Figures and descriptions of the fishes of Japan, including the Riukiu Islands, Bonin Islands, Formosa, Kurile Islands, Korea, and southern Sakhalin. Figures and Descriptions of the Fishes of Japan, 8: 133–141
TANAKA, S. (1912)
Figures and descriptions of the fishes of Japan, including the Riukiu Islands, Bonin Islands, Formosa, Kurile Islands, Korea, and southern Sakhalin. Figures and Descriptions of the Fishes of Japan, 10: 165–186
TANAKA, S. (1912)
Figures and descriptions of the fishes of Japan, including the Riukiu Islands, Bonin Islands, Formosa, Kurile Islands, Korea, and southern Sakhalin. Figures and Descriptions of the Fishes of Japan, 6: 87–108
TANAKA, S. (1912)
Figures and descriptions of the fishes of Japan, including the Riukiu Islands, Bonin Islands, Formosa, Kurile Islands, Korea, and southern Sakhalin. Figures and Descriptions of the Fishes of Japan, 9: 145–164
TANAKA, S. (1913)
The bramble shark collected from the fish market of Tokyo. Gyogaku Zasshi (J.Ichthyol.), 1 (4): 102
TANAKA, S. (1915)
(Calliscyllium venustum is oviparous). Dobutsugaku Zasshi, 27: 506–507
TANAKA, S. (1916)
Four new species of Japanese fishes. Dobutsugaku Zasshi, 28: 26–28
TANAKA, S. (1916)
Four new species of Japanese fishes. Dobutsugaku Zasshi, 28: 173–174
TANAKA, S. (1917)
Figures and descriptions of the fishes of Japan, including the Riukiu Islands, Bonin Islands, Formosa, Kurile Islands, Korea, and southern Sakhalin. Figures and Descriptions of the Fishes of Japan, 27: 475–494, Pls. 131–135
TANAKA, S. (1917)
Figures and descriptions of the fishes of Japan, including the Riukiu Islands, Bonin Islands, Formosa, Kurile Islands, Korea, and southern Sakhalin. Figures and Descriptions of the Fishes of Japan, 26: 455–474, Pls. 126–130
TANAKA, S. (1927)
Figures and descriptions of the fishes of Japan, including the Riukiu Islands, Bonin Islands, Formosa, Kurile Islands, Korea, and southern Sakhalin. Figures and Descriptions of the Fishes of Japan, 35: 645–676, Pls. 154–155
TANAKA, S. (1927)
Figures and descriptions of the fishes of Japan, including the Riukiu Islands, Bonin Islands, Formosa, Kurile Islands, Korea, and southern Sakhalin. Figures and Descriptions of the Fishes of Japan, 40: 757–784, Pls. 167–169
TANAKA, S.K. (1973)
Suction feeding by the nurse shark. Copeia, 1973 (3): 606–608
TANAKA, SHO (1974)
Comparative anatomy of the spinal nerves of the sharks Mustelus manazo. Kaibogaku zasshi. Journal of anatomy, 49 (4): 217–248
TANAKA, SHO (1976)
Facial nerve of the shark (Mustelus manazo) and its comparison with the glossopharyngeal nerve. Kaibogaku zasshi. Journal of anatomy, 51 (1): 1–16
TANAKA, SHO (1979)
A macroscopical study of the nervus glossopharyngeus of shark (Mustelus manazo) (author's transl). Anatomischer Anzeiger, 146 (5): 456–469
TANAKA, SHO (1980)
Biological survey of salmon shark, Lamna ditropis, in the western North Pacific Ocean. In: Report of new shark resource exploitation survey in the fiscal year 1979 (North Pacific Ocean). Japan Marine Fishery Resource Research Center, Tokyo: p. 59– 84.
TANAKA, SHO (1983)
Preliminary investigation of sharks and rays in Southeast Asia - Taiwan. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 15: 7–11, figs 1–6
TANAKA, SHO (1984)
Present status of fisheries biology. In: T. Taniuchi and M. Suyama (eds.). Elasmobranchs as fishery resources. p. 46–59. Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries, Fish Ser. 49. Kouseisha Kousei–kaku, Tokyo.
TANAKA, SHO (1987)
Reproduction of the Frill Shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus in Suruga Bay. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 23: 4–10
TANAKA, SHO (1988)
A macroscopical study of the trapezius muscle of sharks, with reference to the topographically related nerves and vein. Anatomischer Anzeiger, 165 (1): 7–21
TANAKA, SHO (1990)
Investigation of the freshwater elasmobranchs in Papua New Guinea. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 27: 25–30
TANAKA, SHO (1990)
The Structure of the Dorsal Spine of the Deep Sea Squaloid Shark Centrophorus acus and its Utility for Age Determination. Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 56 (6): 903–909
TANAKA, SHO (1990)
Age and growth studies on the calcified structures of newborn sharks in laboratory aquaria using tetracycline. In: Pratt, H.L., Gruber, S.H., Taniuchi, T., editors. Elasmobranchs as living resources: advances in the biology, ecology, systematics, and the status of the fisheries: NOAA Technical Report NMFS, 90: 189–202
TANAKA, SHO (1991)
Age estimation of freshwater sawfish and sharks in northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. In: Shimizu, M. and Taniuchi, T. (eds.). Studies on Elasmobranchs Collected from Seven River Systems in Northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. University Museum, University of Tokyo. Nature Culture, 3: 71–82
TANAKA, SHO (1995)
Some biological aspects of sharks caught by floating longlines. - 2. Sex ratios and weight compositions. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 32: 1–15
TANAKA, SHO (1998)
A little sleeper shark, Somniosus rostratus (Risso, 1826), from Suruga Bay, Japan. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 34: 20–22
TANAKA, SHO (1998)
Field surveys of freshwater elasmobranchs in India and Bangladesh. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 34: 23–29
TANAKA, SHO (1999)
Abnormality of the uterus in a pregnant Banded Houndshark, Triakis scyllium, collected in Shimoda, Izu Peninsula. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 35: 10–11
TANAKA, SHO (2004)
Overseas expedition of freshwater elasmobranchs in southeastern Africa. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 40: 46–58
TANAKA, SHO (2006)
Trial of tagging release on Japanese bullhead shark, Heterodontus japonicus. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 42: 18–19
TANAKA, SHO (2006)
Occurrence record of big elasmobranch and rare chondrichthyes -2005-2006. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 42: 22–24
TANAKA, SHO (2009)
Mustelus manazo In: IUCN 2012. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>
TANAKA, SHO & CAILLIET, G.M. & YUDIN, K.G. (1990)
Differences in growth of the blue shark, Prionace glauca: technique or population? In: Pratt, H.L., Gruber, S.H., Taniuchi, T., editors. Elasmobranchs as living resources: advances in the biology, ecology, systematics, and the status of the fisheries: NOAA Technical Report NMFS, 90: 177–188
TANAKA, SHO & CHEN, C.T. & MIZUE, K. (1978)
Studies on sharks. 16. Age and growth of Eiraku shark Galeorhinus japonicus (Mueller et Henle). Bulletin of the Faculty of Fisheries, Nagasaki University, 45: 19–28
TANAKA, SHO & HARA, M. & MIZUE, K. (1978)
Electron Microscopic Study on Spermatogenesis of the Squalen Shark Centrophorus atromarginatus. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 25 (3): 173–180
TANAKA, SHO & HAYASHI, T. & SATO, Y. (2005)
Comparison between elemental microanalysis and traditional staining methods of growth zones in calcified structures of elasmobranches. Abstract. American Elasmobranch Society 21th Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida
TANAKA, SHO & ISHIHARA, H. & ET AL. (2003)
Evolution, adaptability and conservation of freshwater Elasmobranches in the southeastern part of Africa. Report of research project, grant– in– aid for international scietntific research in the financial year of 2000 and 2002, 100 pp.
TANAKA, SHO & KITAMURA, T. & MOCHIZUKI, T. & KOFUJI, K. (2011)
Age, Size and genetic status of the white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) from Kashima-nada, Japan. Marine and Freshwater Research, 62 (6): 548–556
DOI: 10.1071/MF10130
TANAKA, SHO & MCCORMACK, C. (2009)
Squalus japonicus In: IUCN 2012. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>
TANAKA, SHO & MIZUE, K. (1977)
Studies on sharks. 11. Reproduction in female Heptranchias perlo. Bulletin of the Faculty of Fisheries, Nagasaki University, 42: 1–9
TANAKA, SHO & MIZUE, K. (1979)
Studies on sharks. 15. Age and growth of Japanese dogfish Mustelus manazo Bleeker in the East China Sea. Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries, 45 (1): 43–50
TANAKA, SHO & NAKAO, T. (1979)
A macroscopical study of the vagal nerve of sharks (Mustelus manazo) with special reference to morphological features of its branchial branches Kaibogaku zasshi. Journal of anatomy, 54 (6): 307–321
TANAKA, SHO & NAKASE, T. & OHNISHI, S. (2011)
Size of young smooth hammerheads, Sphyrna zygaena, in the inner area of Suruga Bay, Japan. Abstract (Poster) In: Programme Booklet of The 15th Annual Scientific Conference of the European Elasmobranch Association, Berlin, 29.10.–30.10.2011
TANAKA, SHO & NAKAYA, K. (2009)
Heterodontus japonicus In: IUCN 2012. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>
TANAKA, SHO & NAKAYA, K. & WANG, Y. & ALAVA, M. (2009)
Orectolobus japonicus In: IUCN 2012. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>
TANAKA, SHO & NAKAYA, K. & WANG, Y. & WHITE, W.T. (2009)
Cirrhoscyllium japonicum In: IUCN 2012. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>
TANAKA, SHO & NOHARA, K. & BURNS, F. & NEAT, F. (2012)
Morphological and genetic comparison of the genus Deania between European and Japanese waters. Abstract. World Congress of Herpetology, Vancouver, Canada, August 8 – 14, 2012, Book of Abstracts: 705
TANAKA, SHO & SHIOBARA, Y. & HIOKI, S. & ABE, H. & NISHI, G. & YANO, K. & SUZUKI, K. (1990)
The reproductive biology of the frilled shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus, from Suruga Bay, Japan. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 37 (3): 273–291
TANAKA, SHO & TAMURA, K. (2002)
On the deformed shark without snout. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 38: 42–44
TANAKA, SHO & TESHIMA, K. & MIZUE, K. (1975)
Studies on sharks. 10. Morphological and ecological study on the reproductive organs in male Heptranchias perlo. Bulletin of the Faculty of Fisheries, Nagasaki University, 40: 15–22
TANAKA, SHO & YANO, K. (1997)
Histological observations on the reproductive organs of a female megamouth shark, Megachasma pelagios, from Hakata Bay, Japan. In: K. Yano, J.F. Morrissey, Y. Yabumoto & K. Nakaya, eds. Biology of the megamouth shark, Tokai U. Press: 121–129, figs 1–5
TANAKA, SHO & ZUKERAN, C. & NAKAGAWA, S. (1983)
Spinal nerves of the female shark (Mustelus manazo) innervating the abdominal pterygial region of the body trunk and their comparison with the nerves to the abdomen and tail. Kaibogaku zasshi. Journal of anatomy, 58 (3): 129–142
TANAKA, SHO & ZUKERAN, C. & NAKAGAWA, S. (1984)
Spinal nerves of the female shark (Mustelus manazo) innervating the cloaca and cloacal opening. Kaibogaku zasshi. Journal of anatomy, 59 (3): 177–186
TANAKA, SHO & ZUKERAN, C. & NAKAGAWA, S. (1985)
Comparative anatomical study of the dia- and metazonal abdominal pterygial muscles and related nerves of the Mustelus shark. Kaibogaku zasshi. Journal of anatomy, 60 (2): 78–89
TANAKA, T. (1990)
Fossil teeth of the Great White shark, Carcharodon carcharias (LINNAEUS) from the Late Miocene Formation. Geoscience Research, 39 (3): 171–174, 1 fig. [in Japanese]
TANAKA, T. (1998)
The recent situation of studies on the fossil shark teeth. I.O.P. Diving News, 9 (9): 4–6
TANAKA, T. (2001)
Fossil elasmobranchs from the Miura Group (Late Miocene-Early Pliocene) in the Miura Peninsula, Central Japan. Bulletin of the Kanagawa Prefectural Museum, Natural Science, 22: 73–80, 2 pls., 1 fig., 1 tab. [in Japanese, with English summary]
TANAKA, T. & FUJITA, Y. & MORINOBU, S. (2006)
Fossil shark teeth from the Namigata Formation in Ibara City, Okayama Prefecture, Central Japan and their biostratigraphical significance. Bulletin of the Mizunami Fossil Museum, 33: 103–109, 4 fig.
TANAKA, T. & MORI, S. (1996)
Fossil elasmobranchs from the Oiso Formation (late Miocene) in the western part of Kanagawa Prefecture. Bulletin of the Hiratsuka City Museum, 19: 67–81
TANAKA, T. & NOGUCHI, F. & TANAKA, SHO (2004)
Dentition of a male Megamouth shark, Megachasma pelagios from Suruga Bay, Japan, with a comparison of the fossil shark teeth from Chile. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 40: 31–37
TANAKA, Y. & GOTO, M. (1991)
A histo-anatomical study on the spleens of a frilled shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus. Kaibogaku zasshi. Journal of anatomy, 66 (1): 20–26
TANASICHUK, R.W. & WARE, D.M. & SHAW, W. & MCFARLANE, G.A. (1991)
Variations in diet, daily ration, and feeding periodicity of pacific hake (Merluccius productus) and spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) off the lower west coast of Vancouver Island. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 48 (11): 2118–2128
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TANG, D. & BENZ, G.W. & NAGASAWA, K. (2012)
Description of the male of Prosaetes rhinodontis (Wright, 1876) (Crustacea, Copepoda, Siphonostomatoida), with a proposal to synonymize Cecropidae Dana, 1849 and Amaterasidae Izawa, 2008 with Pandaridae Milne Edwards, 1840. Zoosymposia, 8: 7–19
TANG, D. & JOHNSTON, M.D. (2005)
Caudacanthus, a new genus for Caudacanthus narcini (Pillai 1963) comb. n. (Poecilostomatoida: Taeniacanthidae), a parasitic copepod of batoid fishes (Chondrichthyes: Elasmobranchii) from the Indo-West Pacific. Zoological Studies, 44 (3): 337–346
TANG, D. & MARANB, V. & MATSUMOTO, Y. & NAGASAWA, K. (2013)
Redescription of Lepeophtheirus acutus Heegaard, 1943 (Copepoda: Caligidae) parasitic on two elasmobranch hosts off Okinawa-jima Island, Japan. Journal of Natural History, 47 (5–12): 581–596
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TANG, D. & NEWBOUND, D.R. (2004)
A new species of copepod (Siphonostomatoida: Caligidae) parasitic on the tiger shark Galeocerdo cuvier (Péron & Lesueur) from Western Australian waters. Systematic Parasitology, 58 (1): 69–80
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Redescription of Prosaetes rhinodontis (Wright, 1876) (Crustacea: Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida), an enigmatic parasite of the whale shark, Rhincodon typus Smith (Elasmobranchii: Orectolobiformes: Rhincodontidae). Zootaxa, 2493: 1–15
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On a new ray (Platyrhina) from Amoy, China. Lingnan Science Journal, Canton, 12 (4): 561–563, Pl. 42.
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The Elasmobranchiate fishes of Amoy. Natural Science Bulletin of the University of Amoy, 1 (1): 29–111
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Etmopterus spinax (Linnaeus, 1758), a newly recorded species of the family Sqalidae from China. Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica, 34 (3): 696–698
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Fossil of Thrinax sp. (Family Chlamydoselachidae) from the Izumi Group (Upper Cretaceous, Maastrichtian) in Hannan City and Kaizuka City, Osaka Prefecture, Southwest Japan. Chigaku Kenkyu, 46 (4): 221–223 (Japanese).
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Haaien- en roggeneieren op Terschelling 1958/59 en 1959/60. Het Zeepaard, 20: 35–38
TANIUCHI, T. (1970)
Variation in the teeth of the Sand Shark, Odontaspis taurus (Rafinesque) taken from the East China Sea. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 17 (1): 37–44
TANIUCHI, T. (1971)
Reproduction of the Sandbar shark, Carcharhinus milberti, in the East China Sea. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 18 (2): 94–98
TANIUCHI, T. (1974)
Three species of Hammerhead sharks in the southwestern waters of Japan. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 21 (3): 145–152
TANIUCHI, T. (1975)
Reef whitetip shark, Triaenodon obesus, from Japan. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 22 (3): 167–170
TANIUCHI, T. (1979)
Freshwater elasmobranchs from Lake Naujan, Perak River, and Indragiri River, southeast Asia. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 25 (4): 273–277, figs 1–3
TANIUCHI, T. (1982)
Studies on sharks of the Ogasawara Islands. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 14: 14–16
TANIUCHI, T. (1983)
Preliminary investigation of sharks and rays in Southeast Asia - Philippines. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 15: 7–11, figs 1–6
TANIUCHI, T. (1987)
Frill shark from Choshi. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 23: 19–20
TANIUCHI, T. (1988)
Aspects of reproduction and food habits of the Japanese swellshark, Cephaloscyllium umbratile from Choshi, Japan. Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 54 (4): 627–633
TANIUCHI, T. (1990)
The role of elasmobranchs in Japanese fisheries. In: Pratt, H.L., Gruber, S.H., Taniuchi, T., editors. Elasmobranchs as living resources: advances in the biology, ecology, systematics, and the status of the fisheries: NOAA Technical Report NMFS, 90: 415–428
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Outline of investigation of freshwater elasmobranchs in Oceania. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 27: 19–24
TANIUCHI, T. (1991)
Occurrence of two species of stingrays of the genus Dasyatis (Chondrichthyes) in the Sanga Basin, Cameroun. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 31 (1): 95–100
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TANIUCHI, T. (1992)
Report on preliminary investigation of freshwater elasmobranchs in Mcxico and Central America. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 29: 34–51
TANIUCHI, T. (1993)
Freshwater sharks in the Usumacinta River Basin, Mexico. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 30: 28–34
TANIUCHI, T. (1997)
Report of field surveys for freshwater elasmobranchs in Thailand. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 33: 23–30
TANIUCHI, T. (1997)
Some Biological aspects of sharks caught by floating longlines-3. Reproduction. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 33: 6–13
TANIUCHI, T. & GARRICK, J.A.F. (1986)
A new species of Scymnodalatias from the southern oceans, and comments on other squaliform sharks. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 33 (2): 119–134
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TANIUCHI, T. & ISHIHARA, H. (1990)
Anatomical comparison of claspers of freshwater stingrays (Dasyatidae and Potamotrygonidae). Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 37 (1): 10–16
TANIUCHI, T. & ISHIHARA, H. (2001)
Proposal for Japanese common name of Himantura undulata and H. uarnak (Batoids, Dasyatidae). (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 37: 1–3
TANIUCHI, T. & ISHIHARA, H. & TANAKA, SHO & HYODO, S. & MURAKAMI, M. & SÉRET, B. (2003)
Occurrence of two species of Elasmobranchs, Carcharinus leucas and Pristis microdon, in Betsiboka River, West Madagascar. Cybium, 27 (3): 237–241
TANIUCHI, T. & KANN, T.T. & TANAKA, SHO & OTAKE, T. (1991)
Collection and measurement data and diagnostic characters of elasmobranchs collected from three river systems in Papua New Guinea. In: Shimizu, M. and Taniuchi, T. (eds.). Studies on Elasmobranchs Collected from Seven River Systems in Northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. University Museum, University of Tokyo. Nature Culture, 3: 27–41
TANIUCHI, T. & KOBAYASHI, H. & OTAKE, T. (1984)
Occurrence and reproductive mode of the false cat shark, Pseudotriakis microdon, in Japan. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 31 (1): 88–92
TANIUCHI, T. & KURODA, N. & NOSE, Y. (1983)
Age, Size, reproduction and food habits of the starspotted dogfish Mustelus manazo collected from Chosi. Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries, 49 (9): 1325–1334
TANIUCHI, T. & OHTA, K. & KOKAJI, E. & KOJIMA, T. & SATO, K. & TODA, M. & UCHIDA, S. (2004)
Swimming speed of whale sharks observed in Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, Japan. (in japanese) Report of Japanese Society for Elasmobranch Studies, 40: 13–19
TANIUCHI, T. & SHIMIZU, M. (1991)
Elasmobranchs collected from seven river systems in northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. In: Shimizu, M. and Taniuchi, T. (eds.). Studies on Elasmobranchs Collected from Seven River Systems in Northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. University Museum, University of Tokyo. Nature Culture, 3: 3–10
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Dental sexual dimorphism and food habits in the stingray Dasyatis akajei from Tokyo Bay, Japan. Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 59 (1): 53–60
TANIUCHI, T. & SHIMIZU, M. & SANO, M. & BABA, O. & LAST, P. (1991)
Description of freshwater elasmobranchs collected from three rivers in northern Australia. University Museum, University of Tokyo, Nature and Culture, 3: 11–26
TANIUCHI, T. & SHIMIZU, M. & SANO, M. & BABA, O. & LAST, P.R. (1991)
Descriptions of freshwater elasmobranchs collected from three rivers in northern Australia. In: Shimizu, M. and Taniuchi, T. (eds.). Studies on Elasmobranchs Collected from Seven River Systems in Northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. University Museum, University of Tokyo. Nature Culture, 3: 11–26
TANIUCHI, T. & TACHIKAWA, H. (1991)
Hexanchus nakamurai, a senior synonym of H. vitulus (Elasmobranchii), with notes on its occurrence in Japan. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 38 (1): 57–60
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TANIUCHI, T. & TACHIKAWA, H. (1999)
Geographical variation in age and growth of Squalus mitsukurii (Elasmobranchii: Squalidae) in the North Pacific. In: Seret, B. and Sire, J.Y. (eds) Indo-Pacific fish biology: Proceedings of the 5th Indo-Pacific Fisheries Conference, Noumea, 1997. Ichthyological Society of France, Paris: 321–328
TANIUCHI, T. & TACHIKAWA, H. & KURATA, Y. & NOSE, Y. (1985)
Galapagos Shark, Carcharhinus galapagensis, from the Ogasawara Islands, Japan. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology, 31 (4): 449–452
TANIUCHI, T. & TACHIKAWA, H. & SHIMIZU, M. (1993)
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