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Data underlying the publication: Sex differentiation in seasonal distribution of the starry smooth hound Mustelus asterias

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Brevé, N.W.P. (Marine Animal Ecology, Wageningen University & Research); Winter, H.V. (Wageningen Marine Research, Wageningen University & Research); Wijmans, P.A.D.M. (Sportvisserij Nederland); Greenway, E.S.I. (University of Groningen); Nagelkerke, L.A.J. (Aquaculture and Fisheries, Wageningen University & Research) (): Data underlying the publication: Sex differentiation in seasonal distribution of the starry smooth hound Mustelus asterias. DANS. https://doi.org/10.17026/dans-22d-j6yx

2021-02-10 Brevé, N.W.P. (Marine Animal Ecology, Wageningen University & Research); Winter, H.V. (Wageningen Marine Research, Wageningen University & Research); Wijmans, P.A.D.M. (Sportvisserij Nederland); Greenway, E.S.I. (University of Groningen); Nagelkerke, L.A.J. (Aquaculture and Fisheries, Wageningen University & Research) 10.17026/dans-22d-j6yx

The data underlies the publication (Brevé et al. 2020). This data set has data on reported recaptures.
Between 2011 and 2019, almost 4000 starry smooth-hound sharks (Mustelus asterias) were tagged in the Netherlands.
The total number of reported recaptures was 220 (4.9%: Table 1): 114 females (50-124 cm LT), 102 males (47-105 cm LT), and 4 non-sexed (56-100 cm LT).