List of megamouth shark specimens and sightings

This list of megamouth shark specimens and sightings is a comprehensive listing of all recorded human encounters with "Megachasma pelagios", popularly known as the megamouth shark.

List of megamouth sharks

Records are listed chronologically in descending order and numbered accordingly.

*Date – Date on which the specimen was first captured, found, or observed.
*Location – Area where the specimen was found.
*Sex – Sex and sexual maturity of the specimen.
*Size – Data relating to measurements. Abbreviations used are based on standardised acronyms in ichthyology (see Measurements).
*Method of capture – Circumstances in which the specimen was recovered or observed.
*Disposition – Repository or otherwise fate of the specimen.
*References – Primary sources for each specimen as well as later publications that refer to the specimen.
*Notes – Miscellaneous information.

Measurements

*BD — body diameter.
*PCL — precaudal length, also known as normal length. It is the length from the tip of the snout to the precaudal pit measured in a straight line.
*TL — total length from the tip of the snout to the tip of the longer lobe of the caudal fin, usually measured with the lobes compressed along the midline. It is a straight line measure, not measured over the curve of the body.
*WT — total mass of specimen.

References

* [Anonymous] 1983a. New species of shark lacks sharp teeth. "Syracuse Herald-Journal" September 12, 1983.
* [Anonymous] 1983b. Shark Seen As Evolution Clue. "The New York Times" September 13, 1983.
* [Anonymous] 1983c. 'Lips' — new clue to evolution? "The Chronicle Telegram" September 13, 1983.
* [Anonymous] 1983d. Wimp Kin Of 'Jaws' Discovered. "The Miami Herald" September 13, 1983.
* [Anonymous] 1983e. Big-mouth shark an evolution key. "The Daily Herald" September 14, 1983.
* [Anonymous] 1983f. Bizarre Sharks Come To Light. "The New York Times" October 25, 1983.
* [Anonymous] 1984a. Bigmouth is vegetarian and very rare. "The Chronicle Telegram" November 30, 1984.
* [Anonymous] 1984b. Rare Megamouth Shark Caught Off California. "Lexington Herald-Leader" December 6, 1984.
* [Anonymous] 1988a. Shark With Luminescent Lips Washes Ashore Off Australia. "St. Louis Post-Dispatch" August 21, 1988.
* [Anonymous] 1988b. International interest in megamouth. "Western Australian Museum, Your Museum" [September] :1–4.
* [Anonymous] 1990a. Rare Shark Caught By California Fisherman. "The Washington Post" October 23, 1990.
* [Anonymous] 1990b. Encounter With 'Alien Out Of The Depths': Scientists Set Megamouth Shark Free. "San Jose Mercury News" October 23, 1990.
* [Anonymous] 1990c. Megamouth Shark Freed. "The Atlanta Journal"/"The Atlanta Constitution" October 23, 1990.
* [Anonymous] 1990d. Divers And Shark. "The Miami Herald" October 24, 1990.
* [Anonymous] 1991a. Megamouth Alive! "Sea Frontiers" 37(1): 21.
* [Anonymous] 1991b. Megamouth Reveals a Phantom Shark's Realm. "National Geographic" 179(3): 136.
* [Anonymous] 2002. South Africa: Mega Excitement Over Rare Shark Discovery. "All Africa" April 23, 2002.
* [Anonymous] 2004. [http://web.archive.org/web/20041115123635/http://www.mb.com.ph/PROV2004111522507.html Rare shark dies on shore of Iloilo town; bewilders, awes townfolk] . "The Manila Bulletin Online".
* [Anonymous] 2006. [http://www.visayandailystar.com/2006/January/27/negor3.htm Rare shark dies in Bayawan] . "The Visayan Daily Star" January 27, 2006.
*Amorim, A.F., C.A. Arfeli & J.I. Castro 2000. Description of a juvenile megamouth shark, "Megachasma pelagios", caught off Brazil. "Environm. Biol. Fishes" 59(2): 117–123.
*Amorim, A.F., L. Fagundes, C.A. Arfelli & F.E.S. Costa 1995. Occurrence of megamouth shark, "Megachasma pelagios" Taylor, Compagno & Struhsaker, 1983, in the Atlantic. VII Reunião do Grupo de Trabalho sobre pesca e pesquisa de tubarões e raias no Brasil. Rio Grande do Sul.
*Bagarinao, T.U. 2004. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/Mega24.html Megamouth Shark #26 Stranded In Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Baldo, M. & E.T. Elizaga 1998. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/megamouth11.htm Megamouth Shark #11] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Berra, T.M. & J.B. Hutchins 1988. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/Mega3.html Third Megamouth Shark, caught off Mandurah, Australia, August 18, 1988] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Berra, T.M. & J.B. Hutchins 1990. A specimen of megamouth shark, "Megachasma pelagios" (Megachasmidae) from Western Australia. "Rec. West. Aust. Mus." 14(4): 651–656.
*Berra, T.M. & J.B. Hutchins 1991. Natural history notes on the megamouth shark, "Megachasma pelagios", from Western Australia. "West. Aust. Nat." 18(8): 224–233.
*Boonyapiwat, S. & C. Vidthayanon 2002. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/Mega16.htm Megamouth Shark #16 Caught in East Indian Ocean] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Burgess, G. 2006. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/megamouth37.html Megamouth Shark #37] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Cabig, A. 2006. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/megamouth35.html Megamouth Shark #35 Caught Off Of Barra, Macabalan, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Castillo-Géniz, J.L. 2006. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/mega38.html Megamouth Shark # 38: The First Megamouth Shark, "Megachasma pelagios", Found in Mexican Waters] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Castro, J.I. 1994. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/Mega7.html Megamouth Shark #7 Caught in Fukuoka, Japan] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Castro, J.I. & O.B.F. Gadig 1995. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/Mega9.htm Megamouth Shark #9 Caught off Brazil and now displayed in the Instituto de Pesca, São Paulo, Brazil] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Castro, J.I., E. Clark, K. Yano K. Nakaya 1997. The gross anatomy of the female reproductive tract and associated organs of the Fukuoka megamouth shark ("Megachasma pelagios"). In: Yano, K., J.F. Morrissey, Y. Yabumoto & K. Nakaya (eds.) "Biology of the Megamouth Shark". Tokai University Press, Japan, pp. 115–119.
*Clark, E. & J.I. Castro 1995. "Megamamma" is a virgin: dissection of the first female specimen of "Megachasma pelagios". "Envionmental Biology of Fishes" 43: 329–332.
*Cressey, R. & H. Boyle 1978. A New Genus and Species of Parasitic Copepod (Pandaridae) from a Unique New Shark. "Pacific Science" 32(1): 25–30.
*Diamond, J.M. 1985. Filter-feeding on a grand scale. "Nature" 316: 679–680.
*Dunford, B. 1976. "Associated Press" November 16, 1976.
**Huge shark hauled from depths. "Stevens Point Daily Journal" November 17, 1976.
**'Megamouth' is caught. "Neenah-Menasha Northwestern" November 17, 1976.
**'Megamouth' Shark no Maneater. "The Daily Times-News" November 17, 1976.
**Navy captures 'Megamouth'. "The Advocate" November 17, 1976.
**New Species Of Shark. "The Gettysburg Times" November 17, 1976.
**New Species Of Shark Caught Near Honolulu. "The Daily Times" November 17, 1976.
**New Species Of Shark Under Study. "Indiana County Gazette" November 17, 1976.
**New Type Of Shark Reported. "Herald Times Reporter" November 17, 1976.
**Scientists say shark with a movie star mouth new species. "The Chillicothe Constitution Tribune" November 17, 1976.
**Scientists snag new shark species. "Walla Walla Union-Bulletin" November 17, 1976.
**A new species of shark is caught deep off Hawaii. "The Modesto Bee" November 18, 1976.
**Big-mouthed shark caught, may be of unknown species. "Winnipeg Free Press" November 18, 1976.
**Big-Mouth Shark May Be New Type. "San Mateo Times" November 18, 1976.
**Unusual Shark Found Off Hawaii. "The Washington Post" November 18, 1976.
**Huge new shark named 'Megamouth'. "The Post Crescent" November 20, 1976.
**Experts believe shark is a new species. "Great Bend Tribune" November 28, 1976.
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*Ellorin, B.G. 2005. [http://www.sunstar.com.ph/static/cag/2005/01/31/news/megamouth.shark.found.dead.in.oro.html Megamouth shark found dead in Oro] . "Sun Star Cagayan de Oro" January 31, 2005.
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*Furuta, M. 2004. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/mega25a.html Megamouth Shark #25 Caught Off Ajiro, Shizuoka Japan] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department. ["Ajiro Newspaper" article]
*Furuta, M. 2005. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/mega27.html Megamouth Shark #27 Captured In Purse Seine off Japan] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Goto, M. 1999. Histological structure of the teeth, dermal and mucous denticles and gill rakers of a female megamouth shark, "Megachasma pelagious", from Hakata Bay, Japan. "Archives of Comparative Biology of Tooth Enamel" 6: 9–18.
*Haight, T. 1990a. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/Mega6.htm Megamouth Shark #6 Caught in Dana Point, California] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Haight, T. 1990b. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/mega6des.htm Male Megamouth Shark caught in Dana Point, California] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Ito, H., M. Yoshimoto & H. Somiya 1999. [http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0045-8511(19990205)3:1999:1%3C210:EBFACN%3E2.0.CO;2-R External Brain Form and Cranial Nerves of the Megamouth Shark, "Megachasma pelagios"] . "Copeia" [February 5] (1): 210–213.
*Johnson, C.S. 1978. Sea creatures and the problem of equipment damage. "U.S. Naval Inst. Proc." [August] : 106–107.
*Lavenberg, R.J. 1991. Megamania — the continuing saga of megamouth sharks. "Terra" 30: 30–39.
*Lavenberg, R.J. & J.A. Seigel 1985. The Pacific's megamystery — Megamouth. "Terra" 23: 30–31.
*Lin, V. 2005. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/Mega33.html Megamouth Shark #33] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Lin, V. 2006. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/megam36.html Megamouth Shark #36 Caught in China Sea] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Lumba Lumba Dive Centre 2004. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/Mega21.html Megamouth Shark #23 Washes Up in Sumatra, Indonesia] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
*Lumingkit, E., N. Gallentes & E.M. Largo 2005. [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/mega28.html Megamouth Shark #28] . Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department.
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*Miya, M., M. Hirosawa & K. Mochizuki 1992. Occurrence of a megachasmid shark in Suruga Bay: photographic evidence. "J. Nat. Hist. Must. Inst., Chiba" 2: 41–44.
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*Morrissey, J.F. & E.T. Elizaga 1999. Capture of megamouth #11 in the Philippines. "The Philippine Scientist" 36: 143–147.
*Nakaya, K. 1989a. Discovery of a megamouth shark from Japan. "Japanese Journal of Ichthyology" 36(1): 144–146.
*Nakaya, K. 1989. Discovery of a megamouth shark from Japan. "Rep. Japan. Soc. Elasmobranch Stud." 26: 36–39.
*Nakaya, K., K. Yano, K. Takada & H. Hiruda 1997. Morphology of the first female megamouth shark, "Megachasma pelagios" (Elasmobranchii: Megachasmidae), landed at Fukuoka, Japan. In: Yano, K., J.F. Morrissey, Y. Yabumoto & K. Nakaya (eds.) "Biology of the Megamouth Shark". Tokai University Press, Japan, pp. 51–62.
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*Séret, B. 1995. First record of a megamouth shark (Chondrichthyes Megachasmidae) in the Atlantic Ocean, off Senegal. "Cybium" 19: 425–427.
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External links

* [http://homepage.mac.com/mollet/Mp/Mplist.html Summary of Megamouth Sharks, "Megachasma pelagios" Taylor, Compagno & Struhsaker, 1983]
* [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/megamouth/tablemega.htm Distribution Table of Confirmed Megamouth Shark Sightings]
* [http://www.sharkmans-world.com/mega.html "Megachasma pelagios": The Megamouth Shark]


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