Search for Carcharhinus plumbeus returned 99 results.

  1. unranked: Carcharinus sorrah (Müller, J. & Henle, 1839) - miscellaneous literature

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  5. unranked: Carcharinus amboinensis Müller & Henle, 1839 - miscellaneous literature

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  9. unranked: Carcharinus dussumieri (Müller & Henle, 1839) - miscellaneous literature

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  13. unranked: Carcharinus albamarginatus Rüppell, 1837 - miscellaneous literature

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  17. Data resource: Tracking speartooth sharks (Glyphis glyphis) and bull sharks (Carcharhinus leucas), Wenlock and Ducie rivers, Cape York, Australia (2014-2018)

    The study area was located on the Wenlock and Ducie River systems in Cape York, Queensland, Australia (12.350S, 142.107E; The region exhibits a distinct wet season, with monsoonal rains followed by a dry season with little to no rainfall. Both the Ducie and Wenlock Rivers flow into Port Musgrave, a large coastal embayment in the eastern Gulf of Carpentaria. Being tropical tidal rivers, they are subject to daily fluctuations in salinity and to large increases in freshwater inflow ...

  18. unranked: Carcharhinus hemiodon Valenciennes, 1839 - excluded name

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  22. unranked: Carcharhinus dussumieri (Müller & Henle, 1839) - excluded name

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  26. unranked: Carcharhinus seali (Pietschmann, 1916) - excluded name

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