Longsnout dogfish

Longsnout dogfish have an extremely long angular snout, no anal fin, dorsal fins of similar size with the first placed high on the back and the second having a longer rear free tip, and pitchfork shaped dermal denticles.

The Longsnout dogfish lives in the bathydemersal, marine, depth range 150 - 1360 m , usually 400 - 820 m environment.

Range of longsnout dogfish (in blue) Greyreefsharksmall2. More

Longsnout dogfish, Deania quadrispinosa Prickly dogfish, Oxynotis bruniensis Roughskin dogfish, Cirrhigaleus asper Shortnose velvet dogfish, Centroscymnus cryptacanthus Smooth dogfish, Mustelis canis Spiny dogfish, Squalus acanthias Dogger Bank Citing this material - Please include a link More

The Longsnout Dogfish can be seen swimming off the southern coast of Australia, and in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. More

No image of Longsnout dogfish found in the Shark Database Range Map Earth Map Names Scientific: Daenia quadrispinosum German: Langschnauzen-Dornhai More

Common names

Deania quadrispinosum in French (français)
Langsnuitsnavelhaai in Dutch (Nederlands)
Longsnout dogfish in English
Ostroun dlouhonosý in Czech (česky)
Sapata in Portuguese (Português)
Squale-savate à long nez in French (français)
Tollo trompalarga in Spanish (español)
南方田氏鯊 in Mandarin Chinese
南方田氏鲨 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Squaliformes
Family : Centrophoridae
Genus : Deania
Species : Deania quadrispinosum
Authority : McCulloch, 1915