Definition of Sphyrna tudes
1. Noun. Fished for the hide and vitamin-rich liver.
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Literary usage of Sphyrna tudes
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1. The Fishes of Panama Bay by Charles Henry Gilbert, Edwin Chapin Starks (1904)
"Sphyrna tudes (Cuvier). In common with other species of "Hammer-heads," S. tudes is frequently brought into the Panama market. It is undoubtedly abundant ..."
2. Contributions to Biology by Hopkins Marine Station (1895)
"Sphyrna tudes (Cuvier). CORNUDA. Not rare at Mazatlan, where specimens were obtained by Dr. Gilbert, and one by the Hopkins expedition. 10. ..."
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