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californicus, Myliobatis Gill [T. N.] 1865:137 [Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York v. 8 (art. 13); ref. 1712] Tomales Bay, California, U.S.A. No types known. Replacement name for Rhinoptera vespertilio Girard 1856, secondarily preoccupied in Myliobatis by Myliobatis vespertilio Bleeker 1852. Myliobatis is feminine in gender. •Valid as Myliobatis californicus Gill 1865 -- (Castro-Aguirre & Espinosa Pérez 1996:56 [ref. 22793], Compagno 1999:497 [ref. 25589], Del Moral-Flores et al. 2016:133 [ref. 34398]). •Valid as Myliobatis californica Gill 1865 -- (Eschmeyer & Herald 1983:57 [ref. 9277], Nishida 1990:92 [ref. 19783], McEachran & Notarbartolo-di-Sciara in Fischer et al. 1995:767 [ref. 22829], Grove & Lavenberg 1997:127 [ref. 24023], Thomson et al. 2000:282 [ref. 25640], Nelson et al. 2004:57 [ref. 27807], Page et al. 2013:57 [ref. 32708], Weigmann 2016:150 [ref. 34211], White & Naylor 2016:437 [ref. 34575] in Myliobatidae as californicus, White & Last 2016:716 [ref. 35016] as californicus, Kells et al. 2016:86 [ref. 35888], Ebert et al. 2017:60 [ref. 35618], Ehemann et al. 2018:27 [ref. 36194]). Current status: Valid as Myliobatis californica Gill 1865. Myliobatidae. Distribution: Eastern Pacific. Habitat: marine.