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Centroscyllium

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Kingdom
  
Animalia

Scientific name
  
Centroscyllium

Higher classification
  
Etmopteridae

Order
  
Squaliformes

Family
  
Etmopteridae

Phylum
  
Chordata

Rank
  
Genus

Subclass
  
Elasmobranchii

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Lower classifications
  
Black dogfish, Granular dogfish, Combtooth dogfish, Bareskin dogfish, Whitefin dogfish

Centroscyllium is a genus of big-eyed, deepwater dogfishes with no anal fin, a grey or black-brown body, and dorsal spines, with the second one being much larger than the first. Seven extant species are described.

Species

  • Centroscyllium excelsum Shirai & Nakaya, 1990 (highfin dogfish)
  • Centroscyllium fabricii J. C. H. Reinhardt, 1825 (black dogfish)
  • Centroscyllium granulatum G√ľnther, 1887 (granular dogfish)
  • Centroscyllium kamoharai T. Abe, 1966 (bareskin dogfish)
  • Centroscyllium nigrum Garman, 1899 (combtooth dogfish)
  • Centroscyllium ornatum Alcock, 1889 (ornate dogfish)
  • Centroscyllium ritteri Jordan & Fowler, 1903 (whitefin dogfish)
  • References

    Centroscyllium Wikipedia