Common sawfish

The dwarf sawfish or Queensland sawfish, Pristis clavata, is a sawfish of the family Pristidae, found in tropical Australia.

The Common sawfish is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

The common sawfish, Pristis pristis, is a sawfish of the family Pristidae, found in tropical and subtropical parts of the Atlantic, Mediterranean, eastern Pacific and in northern Australia. More

* Common sawfish, Pristis pristis (Linnaeus, 1758). More

Common Sawfish, Common Sawfish Synonym/s: Squalus pristis Linnaeus, 1758 Assessment Information - Red List Category & Criteria: Critically Endangered A2abc+3cd ver 3. More

The Common sawfish (Pristis pristis) is a subspecies of the ray family. They are sometimes known as sharks with swords. Because sawfish are difficult to capture, observe, or keep in captivity, they are still somewhat of a mystery in the fish world. More

Common sawfishCommon sawfish© Rudie Kuiter / To include a portlet-style image link, please: Copy to clipboard icon Copy the code in the box below. Paste from clipboard icon Paste it into your page code. @import " More

The largest, the smalltooth, the most common sawfish in U.S. waters, have been recorded as long as 18 feet. More

The Common Sawfish reproduce easily and have twins. This post has been edited by PsychicZookeeper: Dec 29 2005, 06:13 AM Attached File(s)Attached File AQ_CSawfishzoo0049mg.jpg ( 80.31K ) Number of downloads: 2 - ".. More

* Common sawfish, Pristis pristis (Linnaeus, 1758). Once plentiful in the eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean, this species has become either critically endangered or is assumed extinct. * Longcomb sawfish, Pristis zijsron Bleeker, 1851. More

the most common sawfish found in Australian waters. 3. Queensland Sawfish sometimes called a "Dwarf Sawfish" prefers muddy bays and estuaries along the northern coast and only grows to approx. 140 cm. 4. More

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Order : Pristiformes
Family : Pristidae
Genus : Pristis
Species : Pristis clavata
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758