Largetooth cookie-cutter shark

The largetooth cookiecutter shark was originally described by New Zealand ichthyologist Jack Garrick and American shark expert Stewart Springer, in a 1964 issue of the scientific journal Copeia.

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The Largetooth cookie-cutter shark lives in the bathypelagic, marine, depth range 814 - 6440 m environment.

Nothing known about the Largetooth cookie-cutter shark

Common names

Kohire-darumazame in Japanese (日本語)
Langtandet cookiecutterhaj in Danish (dansk)
Langtandkoekjessnijder in Dutch (Nederlands)
Langtandkoekjessnijder in Unknown
Largetooth cookie-cutter shark in English
largetooth cookiecutter shark in English
Squalelet dentu in French (français)
Tollo cigarro dentón in Spanish (español)
大齒達摩鯊 in Mandarin Chinese
大齒達摩鯊 in Unknown
大齿达摩鲨 in Mandarin Chinese
大齿达摩鲨 in Unknown

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Order : Squaliformes
Family : Dalatiidae
Genus : Isistius
Species : Isistius plutodus
Authority : Garrick and Springer, 1964