Dasyatis


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Noun1.Dasyatis - type genus of the DasyatidaeDasyatis - type genus of the Dasyatidae  
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
Dasyatis centroura, roughtail stingray - one of the largest stingrays; found from Cape Cod to Cape Hatteras
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1f, 2), matching reports of Miyake and Nishida (1990), for species of genus Urolophus, Dasyatis, Taeniura and Potamotrygon.
En estudios realizados sobre las pesquerias en el Caribe se ha planteado que el genero Dasyatis es susceptible de ser extraido frecuentemente en la pesca de red de arrastre (Caldas et al.
Ali I (2003) Age, growth, reproduction and food of common stingray Dasyatis pastinaca (Linnaeus 1758) in Iskenderun Bay, the Eastern Mediterranean.
Cloning, sequence analysis and evolutionary conservation of a full-length cDNA encoding cyclophilin A from red stingray Dasyatis akajei.
2004) for Gymnura marmota and Dasyatis brevis with EPA + DHA content of 18 and 16%, respectively.
Amaya Garcia Aristoteles a la clasificacion multiple 5-10 Evaluacion de resumenes en Rene Venegas espanol con Analisis Semantico Latente: Una implementacion posible 7 Tratamiento Temprano de las Lorena Carbone Irujo Maloclusiones sin Aparatologia Funcional: Presentacion de Dos Casos Clinicos 8 La relatividad de los Erika Isler Soto derechos subjetivos de los consumidores 12 Anatomia comparada del Abraham Kobe-lkowsky sistema digestivo de las rayas Urotrygon chilensis y Dasyatis sabina (Mylio-batiformes) Numero de Ano Revista ejemplo 2 2014 Revista de Estudios Historico-Juridicos 6 2013 Revista Chilena de Derecho 3 2010 Informacion Tecnologica 1-9-11 2012 Revista Signos.
Regarding batoids, Dasyatis longa changed from a relative abundance of 0.
Also encountered are the Southern Eagle Ray Myliobatus australis, the less common Spotted Stingaree Urolophus gigas and the Smooth or Short-tailed Stingray Dasyatis brevicaudata.
Characterization of the lipid composition and natural antioxidants in the liver oil of Dasyatis brevis and Gymnuramarmorata rays.
Some commercially valuable batoid species, such as Dasyatis guttata and Dasyatis americana, are also caught.
Nishida and Nakaya (1990) followed Garman (1913) and treated Dasyatis dipterurus (Jordan & Gilbert, 1880) with Dasybatus brevis.
Las otras especies, dentro de las cuales hay cuatro del genero Dasyatis, se ubican a lo largo del continuum de Breder (1926) ondulatorio/oscilatorio.