Mobula


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Synonyms for Mobula

type genus of the Mobulidae

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The pygmy devilray, Mobula munkiana, was the most commonly recorded batoid, comprising 8.
Mobula munkiana was the most abundant ray in overall Baja California Sur landings.
Natural history of the rays of the genus Mobula in the Gulf of California.
Evidence of brain-warming in the mobulid rays, Mobula tarapacana and Manta birostris (Chondrichthyes: Elasmobranchii: Batoidea: Myliobatiformes).
Dasyatis pastinaca Dipturus batis Dipturus linteus Dipturus oxyrinchus * Gymnura altavela * Leucoraja circularis Leucoraja fullonica Leucoraja naevus Manta birostris Mobula mobular * Myliobatis aquila Pteromylaeus bovinus ?
A (Ssa) Stegostomatidae Stegostoma fasciatum (Sf) Rhincodontidae Rhinobatidae Rhinobatos typus (Rty) Rhynchobatidae Rhynchobatus djiddensis (Rd) Rhina ancylostoma (Ran) Recorded in bycatch Family No Carcharhinidae Carcharhinus amblyrhynchoides Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos Carcharhinus cautus Carcharhinus obscurus Carcharhinus plumbeus Carcharias taurus Carcharinus falciformis Carcharinus melanopterus Loxodon macrorhinus Rhizoprionodon oligolinx Triaenodon obesus Dasyatidae Dasyatis fluviorum Taeniura lymma Ginglymostomatidae Gymnuridae Hemigaleidae Hemiscyllium ocellatum Hemiscyllium trispeculare Hemiscylliidae Mobulidae Manta birostris Mobula eregoodootenkee Myliobatidae Narcinidae Narcine sp.
The Manta Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit conservation organization concerned with the protection of manta and mobula rays worldwide.
036 Crytacanthodes maculatus Devil ray Mobula hypostoma Cownose ray Rhmoptera bonasus Banded eel Ophichthus rex Red snapper Lutjanus campechanus Atlantic bonito Sarda sarda Cusk eel Lepophidium sp.
On rare occasions, lucky divers have spotted Ornate Eagle Rays, Guitar Sharks, Whale Sharks, Marlins and Mobulas.
Nonrecorded annual bycatch for this period was estimated at 944-2270 t of pelagic oceanic sharks, 720-1877 t of rainbow runners, 705-1836 t of dolphinfishes, 507-1322 t of triggerfishes, 113-294 t of wahoo, 104-251 t of billfishes, 53-112 t of mobulas and mantas, 35-89 t of mackerel scad, 9-24 t of barracudas, and 67-174 t of other fishes.