To fishbase from synonym aetobatis narinari euphrasen 1790 to fishbase from synonym aetobates narinari euphrasen 1790 to genbank 106 nucleotides. Fish collection database of the gulf coast research laboratory gcrl.
3175 frequently forming large schools during the non breeding season ref.
Aetobatus narinari fishbase. It prefers warm water with soft bottoms consisting usually of mud sand and gravel. It was formerly placed in myliobatidae but is now placed in its own family based on salient differences from myliobatids especially the pectoral fins joining the head at the level of the eyes. 96 proteins to global biotic interactions globi to iucn red list near threatened to marine species identification portal to nmnh extant collection aetobatus narinari fin031379 slide.
Germany german vernacular no aigle de mer. French polynesia tahitian vernacular no adlerrochen. Commonly found in shallow inshore waters such as bays and coral reefs but may cross oceanic basins ref.
Aetobatus narinari spends most of its time around 60 m deep but may dive up 80 m deep. Discover life s page about the biology natural history ecology identification and distribution of aetobatus narinari spotted eagle ray discover life. 6871 swims close to the surface occasionally leaping out of the water or close to the bottom ref.
3175 frequently forming large schools during the non breeding season ref. The spotted eagle ray aetobatus narinari is a cartilaginous fish of the eagle ray family myliobatidae. Fishbase bold systems iucn red list gbif ncbi genbank aetobatus narinari euphrasen 1790 spotted eagle ray classification.
There are currently 5 recognized extant species in this genus. Aetobatus is a genus of eagle rays native to the atlantic pacific and indian oceans. 58302 sometimes enters estuaries ref.
2000 aetobatus narinari 34634. It is often seen in beach areas as well as estuaries and mangrove swamps throughout. Sent by gerald mccormack as rtf document in may 2000 for use in fishbase.
9862 benthopelagic found near land at 1 60 m ref. 58302 sometimes enters estuaries ref. N 239 see market names.
Common names of aetobatus narinari. Common name used in language type official trade name ei ei manu. 6871 swims close to the surface occasionally leaping out of the water or close to the bottom ref.
The gulf coast research laboratory gcrl ocean springs mississippi usa. Aetobatus narinari is a reef associated ray and is commonly found along reef edges. As traditionally recognized it is found globally in tropical regions including the atlantic pacific and indian oceans recent authorities have restricted it to the atlantic including the caribbean and gulf of mexico with other populations recognized as the ocellated eagle ray a.
Commonly found in shallow inshore waters such as bays and coral reefs but may cross oceanic basins ref. 9862 benthopelagic found near land at 1 60 m ref.