W. T. White, Last & Stevens, 2007
Halaelurus maculosus, commonly known as the Indonesian Speckled Catshark in Australia, is a species of catshark in the genus Halaelurus. It is a tropical catshark found in the Pacific Ocean. It was named by W.T. White, P.R. Last, and J.D. Stevens in 2007. Male Halaelurus maculosus can reach a maximum length of 45.7 centimetres (18.0 in), while females can reach a maximum length of 52.8 centimetres (20.8 in). Catsharks in this species are occasionally caught by demersal fisheries.
- Common names for Halaelurus maculosus at www.fishbase.org.
- Halaelurus maculosus at www.fishbase.org.
- White, W.T., P.R. Last, and J.D. Stevens, 2007 (16 Nov.) [ref. 29295] Halaelurus maculosus n. sp. and H. sellus n. sp., two new species of catshark (Carcharhiniformes: Scyliorhinidae) from the Indo-West Pacific. Zootaxa No. 1639: 1-21.
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