Table 2: List of the 19 mitochondrial genomes analyzed in this study.

ClassificationScientific nameCommon nameAccession no. and reference

Chondrichthyes
 Neoselachii
  Selachii
   Squalomorphi
    Hexanchiformes

     Chlamydoselachidae Chlamydoselachus anguineusFrilled sharkAB560487, this study
     HexanchidaeHeptranchias perloSharpnose sevengill sharkAB560489, this study
Hexanchus griseusBluntnose sixgill sharkAB560490, this study
Hexanchus nakamuraiBigeye sixgill sharkAB560491, this study
     NotorynchidaeNotorynchus cepedianusBroadnose sevengill sharkAB560488, this study

     Squaliformes
    SqualidaeSqualus acanthias Spiny dogfishY18134, Rasmussen and Arnason [11]

     SomniosidaeSomniosus pacificusPacific sleeper sharkAB560492, this study

   Galeomorphi
    Orectolobiformes
     HemiscylliidaeChiloscyllium plagiosum Whitespotted bamboo sharkFJ853422, [54] Zhang et al.
Chiloscyllium griseum Grey bamboo sharkJQ434458, unpublished
Chiloscyllium punctatum Brownbanded bamboo sharkJQ082337, Chen et al. [55]
    Carcharhiniformes
     CarcharhinidaeScoliodon macrorhynchos JQ693102, Chen et al. [56]
     TriakidaeMustelus manazo Starspotted smooth-houndAB015962, Cao et al. [9]
     ScyliorhinidaeScyliorhinus canicula Small spotted catsharkY16067, Delarbre et al. [10]

     PseudotriakidaePseudotriakis microdonFalse catsharkAB560493, this study

    Lamniformes
     MitsukurinidaeMitsukurina owstoni Goblin sharkEU528659, unpublished
  Batoidea
    Rajiformes
     RajidaeOkamejei kenojei Ocellate spot skateAY525783, Kim et al. [14]
Amblyraja radiata Starry rayAF106038, Rasmussen and Arnason [12]
    Myliobatiformes
     PlesiobatidaePlesiobatis daviesi Deepwater stingrayAY597334, unpublished
 Holocephali
    Chimaeriformes
     ChimaeridaeChimaera monstrosa RabbitfishAJ310140, Arnason et al. [13]

Note-Classifications follow Nelson (2006) and Inoue et al. [8]. Bold letter indicates the mitochondrial genome sequences of shark species determined in this study.