Definition of Hexanchus griseus
1. Noun. Large primitive shark widely distributed in warm seas.
Generic synonyms: Shark
Group relationships: Genus Hexanchus, Hexanchus
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hexanchus Griseus
Literary usage of Hexanchus griseus
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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1895)
"On the Presence of a Sternum in Hexanchus griseus. -% Dr. PHILIP WHITE. 1 -1. On the Creodonta. ..."
2. Index-catalogue of Medical and Veterinary Zoology. Subjects: Subjects by Charles Wardell Stiles, Albert Hassall, Hygienic Laboratory (U.S.) (1908)
"... 25 (in Prionodon milberti, Hexanchus griseus).—Darr, 1902, 666, 607, 669, 683.—Dies., 1850a, 347 (syn. ... Hexanchus griseus, Raja balis, R. clavata, ..."
3. Elements of the Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates by Robert Wiedersheim, William Newton Parker (1897)
"WHITE, PJ A Sternum in Hexanchus griseus. Anat. Anz. XI, Bd. No. F. 1895. WIEDERSHEIM, R. (See p. 415 and 416.) 3. SKULL. (a) PISCES. ..."