Tasmanian record of Sphyrna (Sphyrna zygaena (Linné, 1758) (Sphyrnidae), with a consideration of the species of hammerhead sharks in Australian waters
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Tasmanian record of Sphyrna (Sphyrna zygaena (Linné, 1758) (Sphyrnidae), with a consideration of the species of hammerhead sharks in Australian waters

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Published by Queen Victoria Museum in [Launceston] .
Written in English



  • Australia,
  • Tasmania.,
  • Australia.


  • Smooth hammerhead.,
  • Fishes -- Australia -- Tasmania.,
  • Hammerhead sharks.,
  • Fishes -- Australia.

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Bibliography: p. 16-20.

Other titlesTasmanian record of Sphyrna (Sphyrna) zygaena (Linné, 1758) ...
StatementE. O. G. Scott ; edited by W. F. Ellis.
SeriesRecords of the Queen Victoria Museum ;, no. 48
ContributionsEllis, W. F. 1928-
LC ClassificationsAM101 .Q84 no. 48, QL638.95.S7 .Q84 no. 48
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p. :
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4193430M
LC Control Number80472128

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