Lamna ditropis

HUBBS & FOLLETT, 1947


Salmon shark
Classification: Elasmobranchii Lamniformes Lamnidae

Reference of the original description
HUBBS, C.L. & FOLLETT, W.I. (1947)
Lamna ditropis, new species, the salmon shark of the North Pacific. Copeia, 1947 (3): 194

Image of the original description
No image in first description.

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Lamna cf. ditropis

Types
Lamna ditropis
Holotype: MCZ: 36471 Paratype: USNM: 27368;


Description :


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Lamna ditropis HUBBS & FOLLETT, 1947, © Andy Murch Elasmodiver
Common names
deu \(T\) Atlantischer Heringshai, deu \(T\) Heringshai, deu \(T\) Menschenhai, deu \(T\) Pazifischer Heringshai, spa Calderón, spa Ludia, spa Marraco, spa Marraix, spa Marrajo, spa Marrajo salmón, spa Marraquet, spa Tauló, spa Tiburón, spa Tiburón carito, spa Tiburón salmón, fra \(T\) Lami, fra \(T\) Lamie, fra \(T\) Maraiche, fra \(T\) Mélantoun, fra \(T\) Requin long-nez, fra \(T\) Requin-taupe saumon, fra \(T\) Squale-nez, fra \(T\) Taupe de mer, fra \(T\) Taupe du Pacifíque, fra \(T\) Touille boeuf, eng Mackerel shark, eng Porbeagle, eng Salmon shark

Short Description
First dorsal fin uniformly dark, no light rear tip; ventral surface of body white with dusky blotches [518].

Distribution
North Pacific: Japan, Korea, and the Sea of Okhotsk to the Bering Sea and southward to southern California, USA [518] and Baja California, Mexico (Ref. 9253). Source: www.gbif.org

Human uses
fisheries: minor commercial; gamefish: yes; price category: not marketed/unknown; price reliability:

Biology
Exhibit ovoviparity (aplacental viviparity), with embryos feeding on other ova produced by the mother (oophagy) after the yolk sac is absorbed [733]. Litter size is up to 4 young [518]. Distinct pairing with embrace [17086]. A carnivore [17641].

Size / Weight / Age
305 cm TL (male/unsexed; [518]); max. published weight: 175.0 kg (Ref. 9988)

Habitat
pelagic-oceanic; oceanodromous [17660]; marine; depth range 0 - 650 m (Ref. 50550), usually 0 - 152 m (Ref. 55221)

Remarks
755

Parasites (arranged by Jürgen Pollerspöck)
Cestoda
Copepoda
  • Echthrogaleus coleoptratus (GUÉRIN-MÉNEVILLE, 1837) [16599]