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Broader Terms:
   Elasmobranchii (cartilaginous fishes) 

More Specific:
   Pliotrema warreni (sixgill sawshark) 
   Pristiophoridae (saw fishes) 
   Pristiophorus cirratus (Little sawshark) 
   Pristiophorus japonicus (Japanese sawshark) 
   Pristiophorus nudipinnis (Southern saw shark) 
   Pristiophorus schroederi (Bahamas saw shark) 
Latest Articles on Pristiophoriformes from uBioRSS
Weird and mysterious: scientists find new shark species - CBD News Headlines
Phylogenetic relationships amongst Chloromyxum Mingazzini, 1890 (Myxozoa: M... - ScienceDirect Search: "n sp"

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Common Names: saw sharks, Sägehaie, Sawsharks, Zaaghaaien

1.  Evolutionary trajectories of tooth histology patterns in modern sharks (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii).LinkIT
Jambura PL, Türtscher J, Kindlimann R, Metscher B, Pfaff C, Stumpf S, Weber GW, Kriwet J
Journal of anatomy, 2020

2.  Revision of the sixgill sawsharks, genus Pliotrema (Chondrichthyes, Pristiophoriformes), with descriptions of two new species and a redescription of P. warreni Regan.LinkIT
Weigmann S, Gon O, Leeney RH, Barrowclift E, Berggren P, Jiddawi N, Temple AJ
PloS one, 2020

3.  Clasper Morphology of the Japanese Sawshark, Pristiophorus japonicus Günther, 1870 (Chondrichthyes: Elasmobranchii).LinkIT
Moreira RA, de Carvalho MR
Anatomical record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007), 2019

4.  The description of two new species of Chloromyxum from skates in the Argentine Sea reveals that a limited geographic host distribution causes phylogenetic lineage separation of myxozoans in Chondrichthyes.LinkIT
Cantatore DMP, Irigoitia MM, Holzer AS, Barto?ová-Sojková P, Pecková H, Fiala I, Timi JT
Parasite (Paris, France), 2018

5.  Shark tales: a molecular species-level phylogeny of sharks (Selachimorpha, Chondrichthyes).LinkIT
Vélez-Zuazo X, Agnarsson I
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2011

6.  Three new genera and species of tapeworms from the longnose sawshark, Pristiophorus cirratus, with comments on their modes of attachment to the spiral intestine.LinkIT
McKenzie VJ, Caira JN
The Journal of parasitology, 1998