Squaliformes is an order of sharks, members of which are commonly known as bramble, gulper, sleeper and dogfish sharks.
Black Dogfish: Centroscyllium fabricii
Drawing of this small species and its teeth, its description and information on its range.
Bramble Shark: Echinorhinus brucus
Also called the spiny shark, this species is named for the thorn-like scales on its back. Drawing and information.
Dalatias licha
Drawing and information about this species.
Greenland Shark: Somniosus microcephalus
Sometimes known as the sleeper, gurry or ground shark, a drawing of this species, its description, habits and range.
Orders Summary for Squaliformes
Identifying features of members of this order, including the families Centrophoridae, Dalatiidae, Echinorhinidae, Etmopteridae and Squalidae.
Portuguese Shark: Centroscymnus coelolepis
Drawing of this species, its description and information on its habits and range.
Spiny Dogfish: Squalus acanthias
Description and drawings of this species and many of its teeth, and information on its habits, range and occurrence in the Gulf of Maine.
Spiny Dogfish: Squalus acanthias
Photographs and information from ARKive including classification, status, description, range, habitat, biology, threats and conservation.
Squaliformes
Information from Wikipedia on this order of sharks, members of which are commonly known as bramble, gulper, sleeper and dogfish sharks.
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