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Biology

Occurs mainly on the upper continental slope. Adolescent males varied from 64.9 - 72.1 cm TL; smallest juvenile 13.4 cm TL. Egg cases described are about 9.3 - 10.7 cm long with amaximum width of about 5.1 - 5.7 cm (Ref. 75648).

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