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   Mobulinae (devil rays) 

   Mobula (devil rays) 
   Mobula mobular (Giant devil ray) 
   Mobulidae (devil rays) 
   Mobulinae (devil rays) 

Broader Terms:
   Mobulidae (devil rays) 
   Mobulinae (devil rays) 
   Myliobatidae (eagle rays) 
   Myliobatiformes (stingrays) 
   Myliobatinae (eagle rays) 

More Specific:
   Manta (mantas) 
   Mobula (devil rays) 
   Mobula coilloti (Greater Guinean mobula) 
   Mobula diabola (Devil ray) 
   Mobula diabolus 
   Mobula eregoodoo 
   Mobula eregoodootenkee (Pygmy devilray) 
   Mobula formosana 
   Mobula hypostoma (Small devilfish) 
   Mobula japanica (spinetail mobula) 
   Mobula japonica (Spinetail devil ray) 
   Mobula kuhlii (Shortfin devil ray) 
   Mobula lucasana 
   Mobula mobular (Devil fish) 
   Mobula munkiana (Munk's devil ray) 
   Mobula rancureli 
   Mobula robertsi 
   Mobula rochebrunei (Manta) 
   Mobula tarapacana (Devil ray) 
   Mobula tarapanaca 
   Mobula thurstoni (Smooth tail devil ray) 
   Mobula tobijei 
Latest Articles on devil rays from uBioRSS
Rapid coloration changes of manta rays (Mobulidae) - Latest Issue of Biological Journal of the Linnean ...
Extreme diving behaviour in devil rays links surface waters and the deep oc... - PubMed: species

External Resources:

1.  Flexibility for fuelling reproduction in a pelagic ray (Mobula eregoodoo) suggested by bioenergetic modelling.LinkIT
Lawson CL, Dudgeon CL, Richardson AJ, Broadhurst MK, Bennett MB
Journal of fish biology, 2022

2.  Branching patterns of the afferent branchial arteries and their phylogenetic significance in rays (Batoidea).LinkIT
Soares KDA, Toledo-Piza M
Scientific reports, 2021

3.  Differences in the occurrence and abundance of batoids across an oceanic archipelago using complementary data sources: Implications for conservation.LinkIT
Tuya F, Aguilar R, Espino F, Bosch NE, Meyers EKM, Jiménez-Alvarado D, Castro JJ, Otero-Ferrer F, Haroun R
Ecology and evolution, 2021

4.  Essential and non-essential trace element concentrations in muscle and liver of a pregnant Munk's pygmy devil ray (Mobula munkiana) and its embryo.LinkIT
Baró-Camarasa I, Marmolejo-Rodríguez AJ, Cobelo-García A, Palacios MD, Murillo-Cisneros DA, Galván-Magaña F
Environmental science and pollution research international, 2021

5.  High bycatch rates of manta and devil rays in the "small-scale" artisanal fisheries of Sri Lanka.LinkIT
Fernando D, Stewart JD
PeerJ, 2021

6.  New records of elasmobranchs in the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh: further taxonomic research is essential.LinkIT
Haque AB, White WT, Cavanagh RD, Biswas AR, Hossain N
Zootaxa, 2021

7.  The Critical Role of Tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4) Metabolism in Modulating Radiosensitivity: BH4/NOS Axis as an Angel or a Devil.LinkIT
Feng Y, Feng Y, Gu L, Liu P, Cao J, Zhang S
Frontiers in oncology, 2021

8.  Reef manta rays forage on tidally driven, high density zooplankton patches in Hanifaru Bay, Maldives.LinkIT
Armstrong AO, Stevens GMW, Townsend KA, Murray A, Bennett MB, Armstrong AJ, Uribe-Palomino J, Hosegood P, Dudgeon CL, Richardson AJ
PeerJ, 2021

9.  A hitchhiker guide to manta rays: Patterns of association between Mobula alfredi, M. birostris, their symbionts, and other fishes in the Maldives.LinkIT
Nicholson-Jack AE, Harris JL, Ballard K, Turner KME, Stevens GMW
PloS one, 2021

10.  Environmental drivers of reef manta ray (Mobula alfredi) visitation patterns to key aggregation habitats in the Maldives.LinkIT
Harris JL, Stevens GMW
PloS one, 2021