Hydrolagus marmoratus Didier 2008
Other Names: Marbled Ghostshark, Marbled Ghostshark
Hydrolagus marmoratus. Source: CSIRO National Fish Collection. License: CC BY Attribution
This small ghostshark has a distinct network of light and dark reticulations along its flank, and lacks an anal fin like other Hydrolagus spp.. The teeth are beak-like towards the front of the mouth, and plate-like with pronounced knobs towards the back of the mouth. Males have very long, slender trifurcated claspers with extensive bristle patches.
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Matt B. Reardon & Dianne J. Bray, Hydrolagus marmoratus in Fishes of Australia, accessed 23 Sep 2020, http://184.108.40.206/home/species/2666