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   Mobula mobular (Horny ray) 
   Raia mobular 

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   Mobula (devil rays) 
   Rajiformes (skates) 
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Raia - WoRMS latest taxa marked as checked
Rare or just unknown? The occurrence of the giant devil ray (iMobula mobula... - Latest Issue of Journal of Applied Ichthyology

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Common Names: Seláhi kephalóptero, Kleine dulvelsrog, Diabo-do-mar, Jamanta, Duivelsrog, Giant devilray, Urjamanta, Kleiner Teufelsrochen, Manta, Ugemanta, Maroma, Sarvirausku, Mante, Mobula, Diavolo di mare, Giant devil ray, devilfish, Jimanta, Uja, Manta mobula, Devil fish, Teufelsrochen, Devil ray, Lope deti, Uje ....

1.  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

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

3.  On mobulid rays and metals: Metal content for the first Mobula mobular record for the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and a review on metal ecotoxicology assessments for the Manta and Mobula genera.LinkIT
Hauser-Davis RA, Amorim-Lopes C, Araujo NLF, Rebouças M, Gomes RA, Rocha RCC, Saint'Pierre TD, Dos Santos LN
Marine pollution bulletin, 2021

4.  Using a Bayesian modelling approach (INLA-SPDE) to predict the occurrence of the Spinetail Devil Ray (Mobular mobular).LinkIT
Lezama-Ochoa N, Pennino MG, Hall MA, Lopez J, Murua H
Scientific reports, 2020

5.  DNA analysis of elasmobranch products originating from Bangladesh reveals unregulated elasmobranch fishery and trade on species of global conservation concern.LinkIT
Haque AB, Das SA, Biswas AR
PloS one, 2019

6.  Environmental characteristics associated with the presence of the Spinetail devil ray (Mobula mobular) in the eastern tropical Pacific.LinkIT
Lezama-Ochoa N, Hall MA, Pennino MG, Stewart JD, López J, Murua H
PloS one, 2019

7.  Pregnant giant devil ray (Mobula mobular) bycatch reveals potential Northern Gulf of California pupping ground.LinkIT
Gaskins LC
Ecology, 2019

8.  The phylogenetic position of the giant devil ray Mobula mobular (Bonnaterre, 1788) (Myliobatiformes, Myliobatidae) inferred from the mitochondrial genome.LinkIT
Bustamante C, Barría C, Vargas-Caro C, Ovenden JR, Bennett MB
Mitochondrial DNA. Part A, DNA mapping, sequencing, and analysis, 2016

9.  The Devil We Don't Know: Investigating Habitat and Abundance of Endangered Giant Devil Rays in the North-Western Mediterranean Sea.LinkIT
Notarbartolo di Sciara G, Lauriano G, Pierantonio N, Cañadas A, Donovan G, Panigada S
PloS one, 2015

10.  A dated molecular phylogeny of manta and devil rays (Mobulidae) based on mitogenome and nuclear sequences.LinkIT
Poortvliet M, Olsen JL, Croll DA, Bernardi G, Newton K, Kollias S, O'Sullivan J, Fernando D, Stevens G, Galván Magaña F, Seret B, Wintner S, Hoarau G
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2015