During 2010 in the Florida Keys, Bassos-Hull and colleagues started one of the world's first efforts to engage divers in spotted eagle ray
photo-ID research, thanks to a grant from the Professional Association of Dive Instructors (PADI).
the spotted eagle ray
[Aetobatus narinari], southern stingray [Dasyatis americana], and longnose stingray [D.
Still, the list of off-limit species remains the same: billfish, spotted eagle ray
, sturgeon, manta ray, sharks, bonefish, tarpon, goliath grouper, snook, blue crab, nassau grouper, spotted seatrout, red drum, weakfish, stone crab, pompano, African pompano, permit, tripletail, lobster and the families of ornamental reef fish.
Effect of environmental factors and fishing effort allocation on catch of the Spotted Eagle Ray
Aetobatus narinari (Rajiformes: Myliobatidae) in Southern Gulf of Mexico
He's a spotted eagle ray
, of the family Myliobatidae.
Bertakis was apparently trying to remove the spotted eagle ray
from the boat when he was stung.
Firefighters were called to lift the 30lb spotted eagle ray
from the boat in Lighthouse Point, Florida.
Her logbook reads like the diary of a National Geographic adventurer: "battled murky waters in Fiji, trailed spotted eagle ray
in Belize, encountered hammerhead shark in Egypt.
waters include the spotted eagle ray
, a widespread creature whose dark topside features constellations of white dots, and the bat ray, which ranges from Oregon to Mexico.
In Georgia, cownose ray, crevalle jack, cobia, and the spotted eagle ray
were most abundant in the bycatch; in north Florida, cownose ray and spotted eagle ray
were dominant (Fig.
In May, Mote researchers caught this spotted eagle ray
in order to measure, tag and photograph it as part of a study of spotted eagle ray
We studied a small artisanal fishery for the spotted eagle ray
(Aetobatus narinari) off Margarita Island in northeastern Venezuela.