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Batoidea

[bə′tȯid·ē·ə]
(vertebrate zoology)
The skates and rays, an order of the subclass Elasmobranchii.
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1: introduction, molluscs, crustaceans, hagfishes, sharks, batoid fishes, and chimaeras.
The pygmy devilray, Mobula munkiana, was the most commonly recorded batoid, comprising 8.
3%, n = 693), and exceeded those of batoids during all seasons.
Overall, species richness was equivalent between sharks and batoids and diversity was considerable, with 38 species documented.
I: Introduction, mollusks, crustaceans, hagfishes, sharks, batoid fishes and chimaeras.
These include isolated teeth of the batoid genera Pseudohypolophus and Rhinobatos, along with isolated teeth and toothplates of several bony fishes including amiids, albulids, and pycnodonts.
The American sawshark is not to be confused with the sawfish, the latter being a shark-like ray of the batoid family Pristidae.
Reproductive biology, size and age compositions and growth of the batoid Urolophus paucimaculatus, including comparisons with other species of the Urolophidae.
Furthermore, these batoids were either small species, e.
radiata, along with a comparison with other batoid studies (Table 3), indicates that this is an appropriate model for this skate species.
These data are in agreement with the assumption that larger batoids, such as A.
For bycatch, TL was measured for fish, disc width (DW) for batoids, carapace length and width for sea turtles, and TL was estimated for cetaceans.