pímpido, cerdo marino, L. Oxynotus centrina, Eng. angularough shark. It belongs to the Squalidae (dogfish)
family. It is similar to other species for its rough skin but the flesh is
tastier making it a better gift than its relatives. It is a fresh water fish
abundant in Guipúzcoa and Bolumburu (Asturias) and at the same time a saltwater
fish living in the Atlantic from the coasts of the British Isles to Senegal and
the Mediterranean. It was commonly eaten in medieval Spain. [Castro. Alimentación.
1996:325; and Corbera. 1998:56] Today it is an endangered species.