Egg case of a Draughtboard Shark found washed up on a beach in Tasmania.
Last Updated: 22 February 2010
Hi Michelle, Is it possible to send an image to me? email@example.com. Thank you, Mark.
Certainaly looks like the Draughtboard Shark egg to me too. On the species page Mark has written "Females lay distinctive flask-shaped egg cases that have 19 to 27 strong transverse ridges". Neat way to ID a shark egg case.
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