Mobula


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type genus of the Mobulidae

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By the end of day three, our trio of boats had missed a greater hammerhead shark but caught two dolphins, a large mako shark, a pilot whale, two huge mantas, a sunfish and that mobula.
Evidence of brain-warming in the mobulid rays, Mobula tarapacana and Manta birostris (Chondrichthyes: Elasmobranchii: Batoidea: Myliobatiformes).
During some seasons thousands of mobula rays congregate inside the park and swim above the reef in a magnificent way.
Digenea: Gorgoderidae: Anaporrhutinae) un nuevo parasito de la "manta", Mobula lucasana B.
With 30 to 50 feet of underwater visibility, this area is known for its mobula and cow-nosed manta rays.
Aside from the uplisting of pangolin, the inclusion of silky and thresher sharks, mobula rays, and saltwater crocodiles in Appendix II was also proposed by the Philippine delegation.
In the oceans, take the plunge with leaping Mobula Rays, Kemp's Ridley Turtles, Gray Whales and a unique gathering of the oceans gentle giants Whale Sharks.
Mobulids--mantas and their close relatives, the mobula rays--have a broad, thick disc of a body supporting a pair of wide, triangular-shaped, flexible pectoral-fin 'wings' and a protuberant head horned by a pair of cephalic lobe fins.
5 (6) Dientes no cuspidiados, corona rugosa o con perforaciones Mobulidae: Mobula 6 (5) Dientes cuspidiados o en pavimento Dasyatidae, Urotrygonidae 7 (8) Dientes mas anchos que largos, teselados (en juveniles) e imbricados (en adultos); corona rugosa, oval, raiz con dos o tres lobulos Mobula thurstoni (Lloyd, 1908).
Evidence of counter-current heat exchanger in the ray, Mobula tarapacana (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 ?
The Manta Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit conservation organization concerned with the protection of manta and mobula rays worldwide.
The final episode is about the coast, with footage of mobula rays leaping 6ft out of the water, and blue whales - the Earth's largest animals - nursing their young.