Observation 2018-03-22 05:20 PM
Tags / Aspects
Found at low tide in a rocky channel this egg-case was well attached by the tendril at one end to something below a covering of sand.
Also known as Swellshark or Draughtboard shark. The case was about 250mm long, squared at one end and tapered to a point at the other. Each end had two long, curly tendrils. The shark is a benthic zone species native to Australian waters. A very similar and related species is found in New Zealand.
Date & Time
2018-03-22 05:20 PM
-37.800064 , 148.743578 : 0.62 m
Near Victoria, Australia
|NS Observation No.||5ABB9686ED2A896BAF008288|
|Created||2018-03-29 12:25 AM (almost 2 years ago)|
|Created By||Mark Ridgway|
|Updated||2018-03-31 09:44 PM (almost 2 years ago)|
|Updated By||Mark Ridgway|
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