Lamna philippii Perez Canto, 1886
Cofnodion o GymruGolygu
- Weekly Mail 14 Medi 1907
- SHARKS IN CARDIGAN BAY TWO CAUGHT IN THE NETS BY ST DOGMAELS FISHERMEN.
- Some years ago the herring fishery of Cardigan Bay was one of the staple industries of St. Dogmael`s during the salmon close time. Of late years, however, this has failed, but on Tuesday night shoals of herrings again suddenly appeared in the bay, just outside the estuary of the Teifi, and five maze (2,500) fish were caught. On Wednesday morning [11 Medi] eight maze (4,000) fish were caught, and. strange to say, the herrings were followed by a number of bottle-nose sharks, two being captured in the nets. One measured three feet in length, and the other was much larger.
Lamna nasus (Lamna [G] = siarc, pysgodyn bwyteig, nasus [L] = trwyn (mae i’r siarc hwn drwyn amlwg)
porbeagle, bottle nosed shark, Beaumaris shark (Thomas Pennant), mackerel shark
corgi môr, morgi mawr, morgi trwynog
soner = un a wna swn, cerddor.
- Gwefan www.marinespecies.org adalwyd 4 Mai 2014
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