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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(2009, 2011) reportaron variaciones significativas durante el almacenamiento en hielo de filete de raya (Dasyatis brevis) y cazon (Mustelus lunulatus).
Harshbarger (1980) diagnostico una enfermedad endocrina conocida como bocio (sobrecrecimiento de la glandula tiroides pero con una hipofuncion de la misma) en una pastinaca del genero Dasyatis. Hoenig & Walsh (1983) publicaron el caso de un tiburon trozo (Carcharhinus plumbeus) con centros vertebrales, costillas y arcos neurales fusionados, y con una deposicion periferica de material calcificado sin modificacion de la estructura basica de los centros vertebrales, probablemente de etiologia infecciosa.
Morphology of the mechanosensory lateral line system in the Atlantic stingray, Dasyatis sabina: the mechanotactile hypothesis.
Penfold, "Ultrasound findings in southern stingrays (Dasyatis americana) with and without reproductive disease," in Proceedings of the 43rd Annual IAAAM Conference, Bay Lake, FL, USA, 2012.
(9.) Ali I (2003) Age, growth, reproduction and food of common stingray Dasyatis pastinaca (Linnaeus 1758) in Iskenderun Bay, the Eastern Mediterranean.
philippinarum (Chen et al., 2011), Dasyatis akajei (Tu et al., 2003) and Griffithsia japonica (Lee et al., 2002).
(2004) for Gymnura marmota and Dasyatis brevis with EPA + DHA content of 18 and 16%, respectively.
Group 3 (7 species) included flatfishes (Paralichthys spp.) and several elasmobranchs (Dasyatis spp., Squatina Guggenheim Marini, 1936, Rinobatospercellens (Walbaum, 1792)).
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.