The Azores dogfish is a rare deepwater dogfish and is known from a holotype that was 37.7 cm long was caught north of Azores at 300 m deep, and another caught in 2001.
Biology and Behaviour
There is very little known about the Azores dogfish. They are found in the northeast Atlantic Ocean at depths between 300 to 2,000 m.
Reproduction and Lifespan
Azores dogfish are ovoviviparous.
Conservation and Tourism
The IUCN lists Azores dogfish as data deficient because of the lack of records and interaction with fisheries.
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