Definition of Aetobatus narinari
1. Noun. Ray with back covered with white or yellow spots; widely distributed in warm seas.
Generic synonyms: Eagle Ray
Group relationships: Aetobatus, Genus Aetobatus
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Literary usage of Aetobatus narinari
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1. Fishes by David Starr Jordan (1907)
"The species aetobatus narinari is showily colored, brown with yellow spots, the body very angular, with long whip-like tail. It is found from Brazil to ..."
2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1910)
"... University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC The Jaws of the Spotted Sting Ray aetobatus narinari: EW GUDGER, State Normal College, Greensboro, ..."
3. Sharks of Florida, the Bahamas, the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico by Jeremy Stafford-Deitsch (2000)
"Their more impressive members include the eagle ray aetobatus narinari and the manta ray Manta birostris ..."
4. Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries by United States Bureau of Fisheries, Bureau of Fisheries, United States (1916)
"aetobatus narinari, dorsal view of a specimen from Beaufort, NC, ... Aetobatus narinari, teeth of a male 291 cm. long, from Beaufort, NC FIG. 3. ..."