Granular dogfish

The combtooth dogfish has no anal fin, grooved dorsal spines, two dorsal fins of about same size, pointed nose, large eyes, small gill slits, a short abdomen, short caudal peduncle, and is blackish-brown in color with white-tipped fins.

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The Granular dogfish lives in the benthopelagic, marine, depth range 269 - 1143 m environment.

Granular Dogfish in English. In Spanish (Español), Centroscyllium granulatum is commonly known as the Tollo Fume or Tollo Negro Raspa. More

Range granular dogfish (in blue) Greyreefsharksmall2.jpg Sharks portal The granular dogfish, Centroscyllium granulatum, is a little-known very small dogfish shark of the family Dalatiidae, endemic to the Falkland Islands. More

No image of Granular dogfish found in the Shark Database Range Map Earth Map Names Scientific: Centroscyllium granulatum German: Gek More

Common names

Aiguillat peigne in French (français)
Black shark in English
combtooth dogfish in English
Granular dogfish in English
Kamtandet sorthaj in Danish (dansk)
Krultandlantaarnhaai in Dutch (Nederlands)
Loche in French (français)
Loche à hexagone in French (français)
Pacific black dogfish in English
Tarao in Rapa
Tarao in Rapanui
Tiburón in Spanish (español)
Tollo fume in Spanish (español)
Tollo negro in Spanish (español)
Tollo negro peine in Spanish (español)
白印霞鯊 in Mandarin Chinese
白印霞鲨 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Squaliformes
Family : Etmopteridae
Genus : Centroscyllium
Species : Centroscyllium nigrum
Authority : Garman, 1899