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The diet of a potentially omnivorous coastal shark species, the bonnethead (Sphyrna tiburo), was examined in the western Atlantic along the coast of the southeastern United States. A total of 423 stomachs collected from Texas, Alabama, Florida and South Carolina were analyzed using standardized stomach content analysis methods. The diet was dominated by crabs, primarily portunids (Callinectes spp.), across the geographical range analyzed, though the relative importance of crabs varied betweendoi:10.32800/abc.2022.45.0257 fatcat:7wjcz7zh2ndttgnet2flidopaa