Chilean devil ray

The Chilean devil ray lives in the reef-associated, oceanodromous, marine, depth range 0 - 30 m environment.

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Common names

Chilean devil ray in English
Chilensk djævlerokke in Danish (dansk)
Devil ray in English
Diable de mer chilien in French (français)
Diable géant de Guinée in French (français)
Diablo gigante de Guinea in Spanish (español)
Gestekelde mobula in Afrikaans
Greater Guinean mobula in English
Lampengan in Jawa
Manta in sp
Manta cornuada in Spanish (español)
Manta cornuda in Spanish (español)
Manta poloměsíčitá in Czech (česky)
Mante chilienne in French (français)
Pari cawang in Jawa
Pari lambingan in Bali
Raya cornuda in Spanish (español)
Sicklefin devil ray in English
Sikkelvinduivelsrog in Dutch (Nederlands)
Spiny mobula in English
vai mataitalia in Fijian (vosa Vakaviti)
Vali lovo in Gela
台湾蝠魟 in Mandarin Chinese
台湾蝠鲼 in Mandarin Chinese
台灣蝠魟 in Mandarin Chinese
台灣蝠鱝 in Mandarin Chinese
柯氏蝠鱝 in Mandarin Chinese
柯氏蝠鲼 in Mandarin Chinese
褐背蝠鱝 in Mandarin Chinese
褐背蝠鲼 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Rajiformes
Family : Myliobatidae
Genus : Mobula
Species : Mobula tarapacana
Authority : Philippi, 1892