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Notorynchus cepedianus (Péron, 1807)
BROADNOSE SHARK
Broad-snout; Broadhead Seven-gill Shark; Broadnose Seven Gill Shark; Broadnose Seven-gill Shark; Broadnose Sevengill Shark; Broadsnout; Broadsnout Sevengill Shark; Broadsnouted Seven-gill Shark; Cow Shark; Cowshark; Ground Shark; Seven Gilled Shark; Seven-gilled Shark; Spottie; Tasmanian Tiger Shark; Notorhynchus pectorosus Garman, 1884; Notorynchus pectorosus Garman, 1884; Heptranchias pectorosus Garman, 1884; Notidanus indicus Agassiz, 1838; Notorynchus macdonaldi Whitley, 1931; Notorynchus maculatus Ayres, 1855; Squalus cepedianus Péron, 1807

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Overview
Main identification features Seven large gill slits, none over pectoral base; head and snout wide, rounded; eyes small; upper teeth small, with 1 large oblique point; lower teeth large, wide with saw-like row of small teeth along top; 1 dorsal fin, at rear of body near tail; tail with small lower lobe.

Grey above, white below; many small black spots scattered over body and fins.

Size: 300 cm.

Habitat: demersal and midwater; sandy bottoms.

Depth: 0-570 m.

A subtropical to warm temperate species from the Pacific, both sides of the Atlantic and the south-west Indian Ocean; enters the northern (Baja and the Gulf of California) and southern (Colombia to Peru) fringes of our region.



Attributes
Abundance: Common.
Cites: Not listed.
Climate Zone: North Temperate (Californian Province &/or Northern Gulf of California); Northern Subtropical (Cortez Province + Sinaloan Gap); Equatorial (Costa Rica to Ecuador + Galapagos, Clipperton, Cocos, Malpelo); South Temperate (Peruvian Province ); Antitropical (North and South temperate).
Depth Range Max: 570 m.
Depth Range Min: 0 m.
Diet: bony fishes; sharks/rays; sea snakes/mammals/turtles/birds.
Eastern Pacific Range: Northern limit=33; Southern limit=-9; Western limit=-118; Eastern limit=-78; Latitudinal range=42; Longitudinal range=40.
Egg Type: Live birth; No pelagic larva.
Feeding Group: Carnivore.
FishBase Habitat: Demersal.
Global Endemism: Circumtropical ( Indian + Pacific + Atlantic Oceans); East Pacific + Atlantic (East +/or West); East Pacific + all Atlantic (East+West); TEP non-endemic; West + East Pacific (but not Central); "Transpacific" (East + Central &/or West Pacific); All species.
Habitat: Mud; Reef associated (reef + edges-water column & soft bottom); Sand & gravel; Rocks; Soft bottom (mud, sand,gravel, beach, estuary & mangrove); Reef (rock &/or coral); Reef and soft bottom; Water column.
Inshore Offshore: Inshore; Inshore Only.
IUCN Red List: Data deficient; Listed.
Length Max: 300 cm.
Regional Endemism: Continent only; Continent; Tropical Eastern Pacific (TEP) non-endemic; Eastern Pacific non-endemic; California + Peruvian provinces, primarily; Temperate Eastern Pacific, primarily; All species.
Residency: Resident.
Salinity: Marine; Marine Only.
Water Column Position: Bottom; Near Bottom; Bottom + water column;


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References
  • Barez, P., 1996., Lista de los Peces Marinos del Ecuador Continental., Revista de Biologia Tropical, 44:731-741.
  • Compagno, L.J.V., 1999., Checklist of living elasmobranchs. In Hamlett W.C. (ed.) Sharks, skates, and rays: the biology of elasmobranch fishes., The John Hopkins University Press:471-498.
  • Compagno, L.J.V., 1984., Sharks of the World. An annotated and illustrated catalogue of sharks species known to date. Part 1. Hexanchiformes to Lamniformes. FAO Species Catalogue., FAO Fish. Synop. No 125, 4(1):1-249.
  • Eschmeyer , W. N. , Herald , E. S. and Hamman, H., 1983., A field guide to Pacific coast fishes of North America from the Gulf of Alaska to Baja California. Peterson Field Guide Ser. 28., Houghton Mifflin:336pp.
  • Findley, L.T., Hendrickx, M.E., Brusca, R.C., van der Heiden, A.M., Hastings, P.A., Torre, J., 2003., Diversidad de la Macrofauna Marina del Golfo de California, Mexico., CD-ROM versin 1.0. Projecto de la Macrofauna del Golfo . Derechos reservados de los autores y Conservacin Internacional.
  • Fischer , W. , Krup , F. , Schneider , W. , Sommer , C. , Carpenter , K. E. and Niem, V. H., 1995., Guia FAO para la Identificacion de Especies de para los fines de la Pesca. Pacifico Centro-Oriental. Volumen II. Vertebrados - Parte 1., FAO2:647-1200.
  • Jimenez-Prado, P., Barez, P., 2004., Peces marinos del Ecuador continental / Marine fishes of continental Ecuador., SIMBIOE/NAZCA/IFEA tomo 1 y 2.
  • Love, M.S., Mecklenburg, C.W., Mecklenburg, T.A., Thorsteinson, L.K., 2005., es of the West Coast and Alaska: a checklist of North Pacific and Artic Ocena species from Baja California to the Alaska-Yukon border., U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, 288pp.
  • Pern, F., 1807., Voyage de Dcouvertes aux Terres Australes, excut par ordre de sa majest l'Empereur et Roi, sur les Corvettes la Gographe, la Naturaliste et la Goulette le Casuarina, pendant les annes 1800, 1801, 1803 et 1804. Paris., Voyage Terres Australes, 1:1-496.

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Species Notorynchus cepedianus (Péron, 1807)

Broadnose Shark , Broad-snout, Broadhead Seven-gill Shark, Broadnose Seven Gill Shark, Broadnose Seven-gill Shark, Broadnose Sevengill Shark, Broadsnout, Broadsnout Sevengill Shark, Broadsnouted Seven-gill Shark, Cow Shark, Cowshark, Ground Shark, Seven Gilled Shark, Seven-gilled Shark, Sevengill Shark, Spottie, Tasmanian Tiger Shark, Tiger Shark

 

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Distribution

States

New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia


Extra Distribution Information

Broken Bay, NSW (33º34´S) to Esperance, WA (121º53´E); temperate, discontinuous (North Pacific, New Zealand, South America, South Africa).


IBRA and IMCRA regions (map not available)

IMCRA

Southwest Shelf Province (31), Great Australian Bight Shelf Transition (32), Spencer Gulf Shelf Province (33), Western Bass Strait Shelf Transition (34), Bass Strait Shelf Province (35), Tasmanian Shelf Province (36), Southeast Shelf Transition (37), Central Eastern Shelf Province (38)

Ecological Descriptors

Continental shelf, inshore, marine.

Extra Ecological Information

To 150 m.

 

General References

Compagno, L.J.V. 1984. FAO Species Catalogue. Sharks of the World. An annotated and illustrated catalogue of shark species known to date. Hexanchiformes to Lamniformes. FAO Fisheries Synopsis No. 125 . Rome : FAO Vol. 4(1) pp. 1-249. [22]

Compagno, L.J.V., Dando, M. & Fowler, S. 2005. A Field Guide to the Sharks of the World . London : Collins 368 pp. [68]

Gomon, M.F., Glover, C.J.M. & Kuiter, R.H. (eds) 1994. The Fishes of Australia's South Coast . Adelaide : State Printer 992 pp. 810 figs. [89]

Hutchins, J.B. & Swainston, R. 1986. Sea Fishes of Southern Australia. Complete field guide for anglers and divers . Perth : Swainston Publishing 180 pp. [20]

Kemp, N.R. 1978. Detailed comparisons of the dentitions of extant hexanchid sharks and tertiary hexanchid teeth from South Australia and Victoria, Australia (Selachii : Hexanchidae). Memoirs of the National Museum of Victoria, Melbourne 39 : 61-83 figs 1-5 pls 12-15 [74]

Kuiter, R.H. 1993. Coastal Fishes of South-eastern Australia . Bathurst : Crawford House Press 437 pp. [3]

Last, P.R. & Stevens, J.D. 1994. Sharks and Rays of Australia . Canberra : CSIRO Australia 513 pp. 84 pls. [42]

Last, P.R. & Stevens, J.D. 2009. Sharks and Rays of Australia . Collingwood : CSIRO Publishing Australia 2, 550 pp. [40]

Macbeth, W.G., Vandenberg, M. & Graham, K.J. 2008. Identifying Sharks and Rays; A guide to Commercial Fishers . Sydney : New South Wales Department of Primary Industry pp. 71. [32]

McCulloch, A.R. 1929. A check-list of the fishes recorded from Australia. Part I. Memoirs of the Australian Museum 5 : 1–144 [3] (as Notorynchus griseus )

Munro, I.S.R. 1961. Handbook of Australian fishes. Nos 1–42. Australian Fisheries Newsletter 15–17, 19, 20 : 1-172 [published as separates 1956–1961] [2] (5)

White, W. 2008. Shark Families Heterodontidae to Pristiophoridae. pp. 32-100 in Gomon, M.F., Bray, D.J. & Kuiter, R.H. (eds). Fishes of Australia's Southern Coast . Sydney : Reed New Holland 928 pp. [78]

Whitley, G.P. 1934. Notes on some Australian sharks. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 10 (4): 180-200 figs 1-4 pls 27-29

Whitley, G.P. 1940. The Fishes of Australia. Part 1. The sharks, rays, devil-fish, and other primitive fishes of Australia and New Zealand . Sydney : Roy. Zool. Soc. N.S.W. 280 pp. 303 figs. [70]

Whitley, G.P. 1964. A survey of Australian Ichthyology. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 89 (1): 11-127 [33] (11)

 

Common Name References

Compagno, L.J.V. 1984. FAO Species Catalogue. Sharks of the World. An annotated and illustrated catalogue of shark species known to date. Hexanchiformes to Lamniformes. FAO Fisheries Synopsis No. 125 . Rome : FAO Vol. 4(1) pp. 1-249. [22] (Broadnose Sevengill Shark)

Daley, R.K., Stevens, J.D., Last, P.R. & Yearsley, G.K. 2002. Field Guide to Australian Sharks & Rays . Hobart : CSIRO Marine Research 84 pp. [46] (Cowshark)

Gomon, M.F., Glover, C.J.M. & Kuiter, R.H. (eds) 1994. The Fishes of Australia's South Coast . Adelaide : State Printer 992 pp. 810 figs. [88] (Broadsnout, Broadsnout Sevengill Shark, Seven-gilled Shark, Tiger Shark)

Haling, G., Kennedy, T., Last, P. & Palmer, R. 1988. Recommended Marketing Names for Fish . Canberra : Australian Government Publishing Service 238 pp. [148] ( Broadnose Shark )

Last, P.R., Scott, E.O.G. & Talbot, F.H. 1983. Fishes of Tasmania . Hobart : Tasmanian Fisheries Development Authority 563 pp. figs. [115] (Broadsnouted Seven-gill Shark)

Last, P.R. & Stevens, J.D. 1994. Sharks and Rays of Australia . Canberra : CSIRO Australia 513 pp. 84 pls. [42] (Broad-snout)

May, J.L. & Maxwell, J.G.H. 1986. Field Guide to Trawl Fish from Temperate Waters of Australia . Hobart : CSIRO Division of Marine Research 492 pp. [83] (Broadnose Seven-gill Shark)

Prokop, F. 2002. Australian Fish Guide . Croydon South, Victoria : Australian Fishing Network 256 pp. [64] (Broadnose Seven Gill Shark, Cow Shark, Seven Gilled Shark)

Seafood Services Australia 2008. Australian Fish Names Standard. http://www.fishnames.com.au/. ( Broadnose Shark )

Stead, D.G. 1963. Sharks and Rays of Australian Seas . Sydney : Angus & Robertson 211 pp. 63 figs. [199] (Broadhead Seven-gill Shark)

Yearsley, G.K., Last, P.R. & Ward, R.D. (eds) 1999. Australian Seafood Handbook . Hobart : CSIRO Marine Research 460 pp. [51] ( Broadnose Shark , Ground Shark, Sevengill Shark, Spottie, Tasmanian Tiger Shark)

 

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 Order Hexanchiformes  
 Family Hexanchidae  
 Genus Notorynchus  
  Notorynchus cepedianus    (Péron, 1807) 
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Synonyms: Heptanchus indicus Heptanchus pectorosus Heptrachias pectorosus Heptranchias cepedianus Heptranchias haswelli Heptranchias pectorosus Heptranchias spilotus Notidanus ferox Notidanus indicus Notidanus medinae Notidanus wolniczkyi details
Citation: 臺灣魚類誌(沈等, 1993); 中國動物誌-圓口綱及軟骨魚綱(朱等, 2001); FAO Species Catalogue, Vol.4 Sharks of the world
Character: A large-sized, broad-headed, small-eyed seven-gilled shark. Head bluntly pointed, with 7 pairs of gill slits on both sides of head. Eyes small. Mouth wide. Jaws with large lower comblike teeth, which is high and short, with mesial serrations, a low cusp, and 5 or 6 distal cusplets in adults. Caudal peduncle short, distance from dorsal fin insertion to upper caudal origin about equal to the length of dorsal fin base. Body usually possess numerous small black spots. 
Habitat: A benthic, neritic species. Live on the continental shelves. Ovoviviparous, litter size large, up to 82 young. Maximum size about 290 cm un TL. Size at birth estimated to be about 45-53 cm. Males maturing at 150-180 cm and females at 192-208 cm. 
Distribution: Western South Atlantic from southern Brazil to northern Argentina. Eastern South Atlantic and Western Indian Ocean from Namibia, southern Africa to India. Western Pacific from southern Japan to the Koreas, China, Taiwan, Australia, and New Zealand. Easter 
Utility: A rare species in Taiwan area, sometimes taken by bottom longline or bottom trawls. Flesh utilized as fresh for human consumption. 
Name Code: 383120
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Elasmobranchii (sharks and rays) > Hexanchiformes (Frill and cow sharks) > Hexanchidae (Cow sharks)
Etymology: Notorynchus: Greek, noton = back + Greek, rhyngchos = snout (Ref. 45335 ) ;   cepedianus: maculatus meaning spotted (Ref. 6885 ) .

Environment: milieu / climate zone / depth range / distribution range Ecology

Marine; brackish; demersal; depth range 0 - 570 m (Ref. 26346 ), usually ? - 80 m (Ref. 5578 ).   Subtropical; 56°N - 55°S, 131°W - 177°E (Ref. 54680 )

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Circumglobal: In tropical to temperate waters; except North Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea. Southwest Atlantic: southern Brazil to northern Argentina. Southeast Atlantic: Namibia to East London, South Africa (Ref. 5578 ). Western Pacific: southern Japan to New Zealand. Eastern Pacific: British Columbia, Canada to Chile. Record from India maybe erroneous.

Length at first maturity / Size / Weight / Age

Maturity: L m   ? , range 192 - 208 cm
Max length : 300 cm TL male/unsexed; (Ref. 5578 ); common length : 150 cm TL male/unsexed; (Ref. 6077 ); max. published weight: 107.0 kg (Ref. 9987 ); max. reported age: 49 years (Ref. 27952 )

Short description Morphology | Morphometrics

Dorsal spines (total): 0; Dorsal soft rays (total): 0; Anal spines : 0; Anal soft rays : 0; Vertebrae : 123 - 157. A large seven-gilled cowshark (Ref. 5578 ) with a wide head, short and blunt snout, and fusiform body. Dorsal fin small, origin may vary from over insertion of pelvic fins to over free rear tips of pelvic fins. Anal fin smaller than dorsal fin. Tooth count 15-16/13. Reddish-brown to silvery-grey or olive-brown with numerous small black spots on body and fins; cream below (Ref. 5578 ).

Biology     Glossary (e.g. epibenthic)

Found on the continental shelf, often in shallow water (Ref. 247 ). Occurs close inshore, in bays and estuaries (Ref. 6871 ), with larger individuals ranging into deeper waters offshore and deep channels in bays (Ref. 247 ). Usually cruising steadily and slowly near the bottom (sometimes in water as shallow as a meter), but sometimes at the surface (Ref. 247 ). Can dash at speed when attacking prey (Ref. 247 ). Feeds on anything, including other sharks, rays, chimaeras, bony fish, hagfish, dolphin and porpoise meat, seals, shark egg cases, sea snails and mammalian carrion, including rats and humans (Ref. 5578 ). Ovoviviparous (Ref. 50449 ), with 82 to 95 young in a litter (Ref. 31395 ). Aggressive when provoked, and regarded as potentially dangerous to people in open waters (Ref. 247 ). It has attacked divers in captivity and may be involved in a few shark attacks off California and South Africa (Ref. 247 ). Often caught by anglers from the shore (Ref. 6574 ). Utilized for human consumption, its skin for leather, and its liver as a source of oil (Ref. 247 ).

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Ovoviviparous, embryos feeding solely on yolk (Ref. 50449 ), with number of young reaching 82 in a litter. Gravid females apparently drop their young in shallow bays. Size at birth between 40 (Ref. 26346 ) and 53 (Ref. 247 ) cm. Distinct pairing with embrace (Ref. 205 ). Gestation period 12 months. The reproductive cycle appears to be biennial (Ref. 45445 ).

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Compagno, L.J.V. , 1984. FAO Species Catalogue. Vol. 4. Sharks of the world. An annotated and illustrated catalogue of shark species known to date. Part 1 - Hexanchiformes to Lamniformes. FAO Fish. Synop. 125(4/1):1-249. Rome, FAO. (Ref. 247 )

IUCN Red List Status (Ref. 120744 )

  Lower Risk: near threatened (LR/nt)  ; Date assessed: 30 June 2000

CITES (Ref. 115941 )

Not Evaluated

CMS (Ref. 116361 )

Not Evaluated

Threat to humans

  Traumatogenic (Ref. 247 )




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Preferred temperature (Ref. 115969 ): 7.5 - 19.2, mean 14.2 (based on 122 cells). Phylogenetic diversity index (Ref. 82805 ):  PD 50 = 1.0781   [Uniqueness, from 0.5 = low to 2.0 = high]. Trophic Level (Ref. 69278 ):  4.7   ±0.2 se; Based on diet studies. Resilience (Ref. 69278 ):  Very Low, minimum population doubling time more than 14 years (rm=0.026; K=0.25; tm=16; tmax=32; Fec=82-95). Vulnerability (Ref. 59153 ):  High vulnerability (57 of 100) . Price category (Ref. 80766 ):   Low .

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