Scientific Name
Centroscyllium kamoharai  
Centroscyllium kamoharai蒲原氏霞鯊
by: ©The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Author Abe, 1966 Depth 730 - 1200M
Chinese 蒲原氏霞鯊 Poisonous Fish No 
Family_Chinese 烏鯊科 Economic Fish No 
Family F036 Etmopteridae Edible Fish No  Chinese In Mainland China 蒲原氏霞鯊 
Max Length 60 cm  Aquarium Fish No  Common Name 蒲原氏刺狗鮫、狗鮫 
Distribution in World Australia   Distribution in Taiwan North East 
Habitats Deep Sea、Benthos  Holotype Locality Suruga Bay, off Yaiu, Honshu, Japan 
Reference 李柏峰(2003)碩士論文;中國動物誌-圓口綱及軟骨魚綱(朱等, 2001);FAO Species Catalogue, Vol.4 Sharks of the world  Abe, T. 1966 Compagno, L.J.V. 1984 Compagno, L.J.V. 1984 朱元鼎, 孟慶聞 等編 2001 李柏鋒 2003 Hsu, H.-H. etc. 2004 
Specimen List ASIZP0062451. ASIZP0062478. ASIZP0062479. ASIZP0064245. ASIZP0064252. ASIZP0064271. ASIZP0066081. ASIZP0066103. ASIZP0066113. ASIZP0066907. ASIZP0066933. ASIZP0801585. ASIZP0801593. ASIZP0801594. ASIZP0901326. ASIZP0911585. ASIZP0911593. ASIZP0911594. CAS214727.  
Barcode2012-01-08,柯慧玲,CO1,100% 2012-01-08,柯慧玲,CO1,100%
Common Name Bareskin dogfish 
Redlist Status DD IUCN Redlist: Data deficient(DD)  2003-04-30   
Characteristic The body is stout and compressed. The preoral snout is moderately long, about 3/5 of distance from the mouth to pectoral origins; mouth is extremely short and very broad arched, less than on third as long as wide. The seond dorsal fin is slightly larger than the first; the pectoral apices when laid back fall well anterior to the first dorsal spine origin. The caudal peduncle is short, the distance from second dorsal insertion to upper caudal origin is about as long as the distance from eye to the third gill slits. The lateral trunk denticles are wide-spaced sparse on body, which is almost naked, conical and with hooked cusps. Colour is uniform blackish, the size is moderate (adults are about 44 cm).
habitats Little is known of its biology; presumably ovoviviparous. 
Distribution North western Pacific from southeastern Japan to Taiwan waters. 
Utility Caught by bottem trawl and process to fish meal.