Mustelus antarcticus was reported from 1 countries/islands


Table 1: the species is currently present in 1 of them (endemic, native, introduced);
Table 2: possible in 0 of them (stray, questionable);
Table 3: absent from 0 of them (extirpated, not established, misidentification, error).
Table 4: all reports listed together.

Distribution: Eastern Indian Ocean: endemic to southern Australia, from Western Australia through Bass Strait to Tasmania and northern New South Wales. Possibly extends northward to southern Queensland and Shark Bay in Western Australia. Confused with another undescribed species whose southern distribution extends to Dampier (20°40'S) (possibly Shark Bay) in the west and Bowen (20°S) (possibly Coffs Harbor) in the east. There is a single stock of gummy sharks in the area, however, regional stock differences might still exist.
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Table 1: Present in 1 country/island (endemic, native, introduced)
Continent Country Occurrence Main Ref.
Oceania Australia AUS endemic 6390

Table 4: Reported from 1 countries/islands.
Continent Country Occurrence Main Ref.
Oceania Australia AUS endemic 6390
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