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Draughtboard Shark (Cephaloscyllium laticeps) tagging and recapture in Southern Tasmania

University of Tasmania, Australia
Awruch, Cynthia, Dr
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Brief description

Between January 2000 and January 2007, sharks were tagged during routine fishery dependent and independent rock lobster catch sampling trips around southwestern and eastern Tasmania and in the Crayfish Point Reserve. For each shark, sex, total length and clasper length (males) were recorded.

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Each shark was tagged with a 35 mm yellow standard Rototag (Daltons, Henly-on-Thames, England) externally attached to the second dorsal fin. For each shark, sex total length and clasper length (males) were recorded.

Recapture rate was determined, and recapture revealed both time at liberty and distance travelled for individuals.

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Purpose
This study investigated the movement behaviour of the draughtboard shark using conventional tagging. Conventional tags were used to identify longer-term movement (> 6 months) over larger geographic regions.

Created: 20 11 2007

Data time period: 2000 to 2007

This dataset is part of a larger collection

148,-42 148,-43 147,-43 147,-42 148,-42

147.5,-42.5

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