The morphology and evolution of the ventral gill arch skeleton in batoid
fishes (Chondirchthyes: Batoidea).
Introduction, molluscs, crustaceans, hagfishes, sharks, batoid
fishes, and chimaeras (Volume 1, pp.
fish, which include stingrays, are distinguished by their flat bodies and long, wing-like fins that extend from their heads.
Volume 1: introduction, molluscs, crustaceans, hagfishes, sharks, batoid
fishes and chimaeras (K.
2011), the presence of crustaceans in the stomach contents of batoid
elasmobranchs is relatively common, as found in Zapteryx brevirostris and other studies.
fishes, chimaeras and bony fishes part 1 (Elopidae to Linophrynidae).
fishes (rays, skates, guitarfishes and sawfishes) represent approximately 54 % (630 in 1170) of all Chondrichthyes species (Aschliman et al.
Some commercially valuable batoid
species, such as Dasyatis guttata and Dasyatis americana, are also caught.
Pectoral fin locomotion in batoid
fishes: undulation versus oscillation.
Visual and electrosensory ecology of batoid
An analysis of the trends in by-catch of turtle species, angel sharks and batoid
species in the protective gillnets off KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
1980): Hexatrygonidae a new family of stingrays (Myliobatiformes: Batoidea) from South Africa, with comments on the classification of batoid