Grey Spotted Catshark, Asymbolus analis (Ogilby 1885)


Other Names: Australian Spotted Catshark, Darkspotted Catshark, Dark-spotted Catshark, Grey-spotted Catshark, Spotted Catshark, Spotted Dogfish

Grey Spotted Catshark, Asymbolus analis. Source: Rudie H. Kuiter / Aquatic Photographics. License: All rights reserved


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Bray, D.J. 2018, Asymbolus analis in Fishes of Australia, accessed 20 Feb 2020, http://136.154.202.208/home/species/3745

Grey Spotted Catshark, Asymbolus analis (Ogilby 1885)

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Distribution

Endemic to eastern Australia, from off Cape Moreton, southern Queensland to off Lakes Entrance, eastern Victoria.

Species Citation

Scyllium anale Ogilby1885, Proc. Linn.  Soc. New South Wales 1 10(3): 445. Type locality: Port Jackson, New South Wales.

Author

Bray, D.J. 2018

Resources

Australian Faunal Directory

Grey Spotted Catshark, Asymbolus analis (Ogilby 1885)

References


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Compagno, L.J.V., Dando, M. & Fowler, S. 2005. A Field Guide to the Sharks of the World. London : Collins 368 pp. 

Johnson, J.W. 2010. Fishes of the Moreton Bay Marine Park and adjacent continental shelf waters, Queensland, Australia. pp. 299-353 in Davie, P.J.F. & Phillips, J.A. Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Marine Biological Workshop, The Marine Fauna and Flora of Moreton Bay. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 54(3)

Kuiter, R.H. 1993. Coastal Fishes of South-eastern Australia. Bathurst : Crawford House Press 437 pp. 

Kuiter, R.H. 1996. Guide to Sea Fishes of Australia. A comprehensive reference for divers and fishermen. Sydney, NSW, Australia : New Holland Publishers xvii, 434 pp.

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Kyne, P.M. & Bennett, M.B. 2015. Asymbolus analis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2015: e.T41720A68609365. http://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK.2015-4.RLTS.T41720A68609365.en. Downloaded on 29 October 2018.

Kyne, P., Courtney, A. & Bennett, M. 2011. Observations on the reproductive biology of three catsharks (Carcharhiniformes: Scyliorhinidae: Asymbolus and Figaro) from the continental shelf of southern Queensland, Australia. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 91(6): 1157–1164. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025315410001670


Kyne, P.M., Johnson, J.W., Courtney, A.J. & Bennett, M.B. 2005. New biogeographical information on Queensland chondrichthyans. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 50: 321-327.

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Ogilby, J.D. 1885. Descriptions of three new fishes from Port Jackson. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 1 10(3): 445-447 

Ogilby, J.D. 1888. List of Australian Palaeichthys, with notes on their synonymy and distribution. Part II. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 2 4: 178-186 (as Scyliorhinus analis)

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White, W. 2008. Shark Families Heterodontidae to Pristiophoridae. pp. 32-100 in Gomon, M.F., Bray, D.J. & Kuiter, R.H. (eds). Fishes of Australia's Southern Coast. Sydney : Reed New Holland 928 pp. 

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Quick Facts


CAAB Code:37015027

Conservation:IUCN Least Concern

Depth:25-200 m

Habitat:coastal, demersal

Max Size:60cm TL

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