Click on the links below to download publications on husbandry and/or transport of marine animals authored/co-authored by our team or that benefited from the assistance of the Flying Sharks team.
- Notes on the long-term transportation and husbandry of Bull rays and Dolphinfish
- First record of Whale Shark in continental Europe
- Os aquários (Guia das Escolas e Profissões do Mar 2012)
- New geographic distribution for Northeastern Atlantic species
- Fish diversity in the Berlengas Natural Reserve (Portugal)
- Flying Sharks (Bioaquária)
- Long-term transportation, by road and air, of Chub mackerel and Atlantic bonito
- Long-Term GPS Tracking of Ocean Sunfish Mola mola
- Tubarões e raias em Portugal (Portugal Dive)
- Satellite tracking of the World's largest bony fish, the ocean sunfish in the North East Atlantic
- Role of sensory cues in food searching behavior of captive Manta_birostris
- Flying Sharks: a captive shark's tale (Shark Focus)
- Long-term transportation of Devil-ray, Meagre and Sunfish (our very first Flying Sharks paper!)
- Observations on the catches of small tunas from a trap off the Algarve
- Domestication and GnRHa-induced spawning of meagre, Argyrosomus regius
- Reproductive biology and population dynamics of the shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus, off the southwest Portuguese coast
- Food habits of the shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus, off the southwest coast of Portugal
- Movement of blue shark, Prionace glauca, in the north-east Atlantic based on mark-recapture data
- Census of elasmobranchs in public aquariums
- Research on elasmobranchs in public aquariums
- Elasmobranch transport techniques and equipment
- Long distance transportation of the scalloped hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini
- Long-term transportation of Ratfish, Hydrolagus colliei, and Tiger rockfish, Sebastes nigrocinctus
- Buoyancy compensation problems in a sandtiger shark, Carcharias taurus
- Tooth loss rate from two captive sandtiger sharks (Carcharias taurus)
Click on folder /portugal to access a list of other publications on Elasmobranch studies conducted in Portugal.
Click on folder /fao_iata to access FAO and IATA publications on live fish transportation.
Click www.iccat.int/pubs to access the complete list of ICCAT publications.
Click E.H.M. to access the full Elasmobranch Husbandry Manual, which is the most comprehensive work in Elasmobranch Husbandry to date.