Andrej Gajic

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    Andrej Gajic commented on an older version of Ca scie!:

    Probably photo of Pristis pristis (ray), this species not belong to genus Pristiophorus which reffered to sharks. Although they are similar in appearances, sawsharks (Pristiophoriformes) are distinct from sawfish (Pristiformes). Sawfish have a much larger maximum size, lack barbels, have evenly sized rather than alternating sawteeth, and have gill slits on their undersurface rather than on the side of the head.

    over 2 years ago

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    Andrej Gajic commented on an older version of Ca scie!:

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    Andrej Gajic commented on an older version of Scyliorhinus canicula egg:

    This eggcase belongs to Scyliorhinus stellaris L. not to S. canicula (L.).

    over 2 years ago

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    Andrej Gajic commented on an older version of Image of an unknown taxon:

    Eggcase probably of Raja microocellata (Montagu, 1818); definitely not from S. canicula (L.)

    almost 3 years ago

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    Andrej Gajic commented on an older version of Scyliorhinus canicula:

    It can be bull huss or nursehound (young) Scyliorhinus stellaris L. due to large size and large black sports covering body

    over 3 years ago

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    Andrej Gajic commented on an older version of File:Carcharhinus amboinensis distmap.png:

    Registered encounters are fine. Although it would be good to upload map from Aquamaps.

    over 3 years ago

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    Andrej Gajic commented on an older version of Pristiophorus cirratus:

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    Andrej Gajic commented on "Image of Heterodontus francisci":

    Personally, I don't think that this is a Horn Shark jaws. Horn sharks do have "three-spikes" teeth on the front of lower jaw. I tried to discover in which part of the jaws image fits, but I failed; On this photo, there are only two rows of teeth which is very confusing. Horn shark jaws here: http://mail.colonial.net/~hkaiter/imagextras/hornsharkjaw.JPG What do you think guys ?

    over 4 years ago

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    Andrej Gajic commented on "Mustelus mustelus (Linnaeus, 1758)":

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    Andrej Gajic commented on an older version of Poll (1947, figuur 33 & 34):

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    Andrej Gajic commented on an older version of Poll (1947, figuur 33 & 34):

    Just a comment: Name of the specie "Gray mouth dog" is OK, but much common name for Mustelus mustelus is "Common smooth-hound" and I think that is important to underline this name too.

    over 4 years ago • edited: over 4 years ago