Name source
Australian Faunal Directory
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species
Data links
LSID JSON / WMS /RDF

Life Science Identifier (LSID):

urn:lsid:biodiversity.org.au:afd.taxon:67bafc99-4fcf-4e32-907c-04b8d6173d48

LSIDs are persistent, location-independent,resource identifiers for uniquely naming biologically significant resources including species names, concepts, occurrences, genes or proteins, or data objects that encode information about them. To put it simply, LSIDs are a way to identify and locate pieces of biological information on the web.

Data Links

JSON

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WMS

To use WMS services, copy and paste the following GetCapabilities URL into your OGC client (e.g. uDIG, ESRI ArcGIS)
http://biocache.ala.org.au/ws/ogc/ows?q=species:Aetobatus narinari
For higher taxa, this will give you a hierarchical listing of layers for each taxon.

RDF

To download an RDF/XML document for the concepts and names click here
A JSON view of this information is here here
A html view of this information is here here

Further details

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Species presence
 Recorded In Australia
 Marine Habitats
Conservation status
IUCNNear Threatened

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Description

The White-spotted Eagle Ray has a large disc shaped body with angular corners and a long tail. The body is black or blue black with white spots on the upper surface. The underside is white. The snout is flat and rounded like a duck bill, becoming more pointed in mature adults. The long tail has a long spine near the base. ... source: OZ Animals

Online resources

Encyclopedia of Life
Description, Video Page Url, Images
OZ Animals
Description, Distribution, Morphology, Habitat, Diet, Reproduction
Wikipedia
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Species Lists

RLS profile v3
Abundance: 2.333
Common_Name: White-spotted eagle ray;
Depth: (0–15 m)
Diet: Invertebrates
Distribution: Atlantic, Florida to Angola and South Carolina to Southern Brazil. Pacific: Red Sea to Peru and Japan to South Africa
Frequency: 0.145
IUCN_Threat_status: Near Threatened
Invasive: Not known to be invasive
Range: 89.470
Threats: Subsistence fishing

Names and sources

Accepted name Source
Aetobatus narinari

Common Names

Common name Source
White-spotted Eagle Ray
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Maylan
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Spotted Eagle Ray
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Bishop Ray
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Bonnet Skate
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Bonnetray
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Duckbil Ray
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Duckbill Eagle-ray
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Duckbill Ray
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Eagle Ray
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Flying Ray
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Lady Ray
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Leopard Ray
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Mottled Eagle Ray
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Skate
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Spotted Bonnetray
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Spotted Duckbill Ray
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Spotted Edgle-ray
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Spotted Stingray
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Spotted Whipray
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Spotted-eagle Ray
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Sunfish
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Whip
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Whip Ray
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Working classification

species
Aetobatus narinari  Recorded in Australia

Occurrence records

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Name references found in the Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Genbank

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