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Scientific Names

Preferred Names

Alopiidae
Reference taxon from Catalogue of Life in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life
Alopiidae
Recognized by iNaturalist, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology DwCA, AnAge articles, IABIN, IUCN, Australia Species List, Benin Species List, Canada Species List, China Species List, Equatorial Guinea Species List, France Species List, Gabon Species List, Ghana Species List, India Species List, Ireland Species List, Italy Species List, Ivory Coast Species List, Maldives Species List, Namibia Species List, New Zealand Species List, Nigeria Species List, Norway Species List, Philippines Species List, Senegal Species List, Seychelles Species List, South Africa Species List, Spain Species List, Sweden Species List, Taiwan Species List, The Bahamas Species List, The Netherlands Species List, United Kingdom Species List, Japan Species List, English Vernaculars for Landmark Taxa, Indonesia Species List, Mexico Species List, United States Species List, Arabian Sea Species List, Balearic Sea Species List, Bali Sea Species List, Bay of Biscay Species List, Bay of Bengal Species List, Bay of Fundy Species List, Bass Strait Species List, Celtic Sea Species List, Coral Sea Species List, Eastern China Sea Species List, Great Australian Bight Species List, Gulf of Aden Species List, Gulf of California Species List, Gulf of Guinea Species List, Gulf of Mexico Species List, Inner Seas off the West Coast of Scotland Species, Indian Ocean Species List, Irish Sea Species List, Laccadive Sea Species List, Mozambique Channel Species List, North Atlantic Species List, North Pacific Species List, North Sea Species List, Red Sea Species List, Philippine Sea Species List, Skagerrak Species List, South China Sea Species List, Tyrrhenian Sea Species List, Tasman Sea Species List, South Atlantic Species List, South Pacific Species List, and Gulf of Oman Species List
Alopiidae Bonaparte 1835
Family recognized by World Register of Marine Species
Alopiidae Bonaparte 1838

Common Names

English

thresher sharks preferred
thresher shark
Recognized by Paleobiology Database
fox sharks
thrashers
threshers

Chinese

chienhai chang wei sha k’o preferred
chienhai chang

Finnish

Kettuhait preferred
Recognized by christinaflann and admin

French

renards de mer preferred

Japanese

オナガザメ科 preferred
Recognized by piaf and admin
onagazame-ka
オナガザメ

Norwegian

revehaifamilien preferred

Portuguese

zorros preferred

Russian

dlinnokhvostye akuly preferred

Spanish; Castilian

zorros preferred

Swedish

rävhajar preferred
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Curated hierarchies for Alopiidae