Pseudotriakidae

Biscoito, Manuel, Ribeiro, Cláudia & Freitas, Mafalda, 2018, Annotated checklist of the fishes of the archipelago of Madeira (NE Atlantic): I-Chondrichthyes, Zootaxa 4429 (3), pp. 459-494: 468

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4429.3.2

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:17EAB027-D9FB-4B8A-9847-3AA76EC96FCB

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/039887A0-FFEB-FFEB-FF22-FAB4FD4D060F

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scientific name

Pseudotriakidae
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Family Pseudotriakidae 

* Pseudotriakis microdon Brito Capello, 1868  — Mona; False catshark 

Noronha 1926: 385 | Noronha & Sarmento 1934: 115 and 143 (as Pseudotriacis microdon  sic.)

Noronha & Sarmento 1948: 112 | Maul 1948: 138 | Nunes 1953: 160 | Albuquerque 1954 –56: 96 | Cadenat & Blache 1981: 199–202 | Compagno 1984b: 378–379 | Quéro 1984c: 101 | Sanches 1986: 65 | Lloris et al. 1991: 236 | Menezes et al. 2009: 2690 | Carneiro et al. 2014: 11.

Distribution in Macaronesia. Madeira, Azores ( Santos et al.1997; Arruda 1997; Porteiro et al. 2010), Canary Islands ( Brito et al. 2002; Brito Hernández & Sancho Rafel 2003) and Cape Verde ( Reiner 1996, 2005; Menezes et al. 2004).

Remarks. one formalin-preserved specimen caught on 19.11.1951, at Câmara de Lobos in a bottom long line ( MMFAbout MMF 3270) and one mounted in MMFAbout MMF exhibition (no MMFAbout MMF number). There is also a skin from Madeira preserved in BMNH (1921.6.8.1.). Maul (1948) refers as rare.

MMF

Museu Municipal do Funchal