Rhinoptera bonasus


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Synonyms for Rhinoptera bonasus

large ray found along eastern coast of North America

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Therefore, Rhinoptera bonasus liver oil can be used as an alternative source for this type of PUFA's.
Residence and movement patterns of cownose rays Rhinoptera bonasus within a south-west Florida Estuary.
Rosenberger (2001) observo que Rhinoptera bonasus y Gymnura micrura se deslizaban o planeaban a traves del agua, manteniendo las aletas pectorales ligeramente dobladas hacia arriba y sin movimiento.
This is the first ex situ reproduction case for Rhinoptera bonasus, according to the bibliography and there are no reports of elasmobranch reproduction in captivity in Brazil.
Orth RJ: Destruction of eelgrass, Zostera marina, by the cownose ray Rhinoptera bonasus, in the Chesapeake Bay.
A massive school of cownose rays, Rhinoptera bonasus, (Rhinopteridae), in Lower Chesapeake Bay, Virginia.
The purpose of this study was to determine the ability of the cownose ray, Rhinoptera bonasus (Mitchill, 1815), to manipulate oysters and clams, to test for relative prey preference, and to investigate whether susceptibility to cownose ray predation changes with bivalve ontogeny.
Destruction of eelgrass, Zostera marina, by the cownose ray, Rhinoptera bonasus, in the Chesapeake Bay.
Family Species Jan Feb Mar Dasyatidae Dasyatis sabina 0 0 6 Myliobatidae Rhinoptera bonasus 0 0 0 Lepisosteidae Lepisosteus osseus 0 0 0 Lepisosteus platyrhincus 0 0 1 Ophichthidae Myrophis punctatus 0 0 0 Clupeidae Harengula jaguana 0 0 0 Brevoortia spp.
Distribution, abundance, and behavior of the cownose ray, Rhinoptera bonasus (Mitchill 1815), in lower Chesapeake Bay.
Second, the cages themselves likely reduced predation rates by limiting the access of predators such as large blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus (although some were found inside the cages) and cownose rays, Rhinoptera bonasus.