Image: Frill Shark upper jaw

Frill Shark upper jaw

Upper jaw of a Frill Shark. The fish was collected at a depth of 400 m, off Eden, New South Wales in November 1998. It was sent to the Australian Museum by Fisheries Inspectors at the Eden office. The specimen is now in the Australian Museum Fish Collection (AMS I.39050-001).

Carl Bento
© Australian Museum

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Tags Fishes, Ichthyology, Frill Shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus, Chlamydoselachidae, brown, eel-like, > 1m, six pairs of gill slits, terminal mouth, three-pronged teeth, single dorsal fin, adult, marine, wide mouth,