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  • Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Volume 83, Issue 4
  • August 2003, pp. 871-872

The roughtail stingray Dasyatis centroura (Pisces: Dasyatidae) and spiny butterfly ray Gymnura altavela (Pisces: Gymnuridae) from the southern Adriatic

  • J. Dulčić (a1), I. Jardas (a1), V. Onofri (a2) and J. Bolotin (a2)
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  • Published online: 01 August 2003

A roughtail stingray, Dasyatis centroura, and a spiny buterfly ray, Gymnura altavela, were caught near Kolocčep Island (Elafiti Archipelago, southern Adriatic) and the settlement Crkvice (Pelješac Peninsula, southern Adriatic) in October 2002 and November 2000, respectively. The roughtail stingray is the largest specimen recorded. Morphometric data of spiny butterfly ray are the first for this species in the Adriatic Sea.

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