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Species in the genus Aetobatus: [ 18 ] records


edentula, Raja Forster [J. R.] in Lichtenstein 1844:227, 256 [Descriptiones animalium quae in itinere ad Maris Australis; ref. 17531] Brazil (original localities Otahaitee [Tahiti], Society Islands; Tanna Island [Vanuatu], Brazil). Lectotype: lost. Based on description in manuscript by Forster (Johann Reinhold Forster, 1729-1798, German explorer and naturalist of Cook's second voyage). Lichtenstein (editor, in footnote) treats as a synonym of "Raja narinan Bl. Schneid. p. 361." Lectotype selected by Kottelat 2013:30 [ref. 32989] as the specimen shown by Margrave 1648:175. •Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823) -- (White et al. 2010:146 [ref. 30856]). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Habitat: brackish, marine.

eeltenkee, Myliobatis Rüppell [W. P. E. S.] 1837:70, Pl. 19 (fig. 3) [Neue Wirbelthiere zu der Fauna von Abyssinien gehörig. Fische des Rothen Meeres; ref. 3844] Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Massawa, Eritrea, Red Sea; Vizagapatnam, India, Indian Ocean. No types known. •Synonym of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790) -- (Dor 1984:20 [ref. 29757]). •Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl, 1823) -- (White et al. 2010:146 [ref. 30856], Golani & Fricke 2018:17 [ref. 36273]). •Synonym of Aetobatus mula (Forsskål 1775) -- (Kottelat 2013:29 [ref. 32989]). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Habitat: brackish, marine.

flagellum, Raja Bloch [M. E.] & Schneider [J. G.] 1801:361, Pl. 73 [M. E. Blochii, Systema Ichthyologiae; ref. 471] Coast of Coromandel, India. Syntypes: ZMB 7845 (stuffed), 31560 (1, stuffed). Type catalog: Paepke & Schmidt 1988:180 [ref. 21041], Paepke 1999:104 [ref. 24282]. •Synonym of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790) -- (Dor 1984:20 [ref. 29757]). •Valid as Aetobatus flagellum (Bloch & Schneider 1801) -- (McEachran & Séret 1990:68 [ref. 19318], Talwar & Jhingran 1991:50 [ref. 20764], Suzuki & Hosokawa 1994:2 [ref. 24339], Shimizu & Hatooka 1997:2 [ref. 24377], Compagno & Last 1999:1515 [ref. 24637], Vossoughi & Vosoughi 1999:305 [ref. 25467], Compagno 1999:497 [ref. 25589], Nakabo 2000:185 [ref. 25086], Compagno in Randall & Lim 2000:583 [ref. 25122], Nakabo 2002:185 [ref. 26001], Sujatha 2002:157 [ref. 26899], Manilo & Bogorodsky 2003:S94 [ref. 27377], Bonfil & Abdallah 2004:53 [ref. 27735], Schwartz 2008:39 [ref. 36773], White et al. 2010:141 [ref. 30856], Last el al. 2010:242 [ref. 32461], Yamashita et al. 2012:136 [ref. 32408], White & Moore 2013:201 [ref. 33040], White et al. 2013:1 [ref. 33115], White 2014:149 [ref. 33490], Psomadakis et al. 2015:105 [ref. 34104], Weigmann 2016:147 [ref. 34211] see remarks, White & Naylor 2016:436 [ref. 34575], White & Last 2016:727 [ref. 35016], Ali et al. 2018:305 [ref. 36183], Jawad et al. 2018:97 [ref. 36262], Eagderi et al. 2019:12 [ref. 37020], Sales et al. 2019:[4] [ref. 36645], Bineesh et al. 2020:26 [ref. 37641], Psomadakis et al. 2020:213 [ref. 37272]). Current status: Valid as Aetobatus flagellum (Bloch & Schneider 1801). Aetobatidae. Distribution: Indo-West Pacific: Persian Gulf east to Indonesia and Malaysia. (Not Eastern Atlantic; Japanese records may belong to a separate species on ref. 33490 [now named narutobiei]). Habitat: brackish, marine.

guttata, Raja Shaw [G.] 1804:285, Pl. 142 [General zoology or systematic natural history; ref. 4015] Brazil [Original localities are India, Madagascar and Brazil]. Lectotype: lost. Based on Russell 1803:5, Pl. 8 and Margarve, Pl. C1 (fig. 5). Objectively invalid; preoccupied by Raja guttata Bloch & Schneider 1801. Lectotype from Margrave 1648:175 designated by Kottelat 2013. •Valid as Aetobatus guttatus (Shaw 1804) -- (Compagno & Last 1999:1515 [ref. 24637], Compagno in Randall & Lim 2000:583 [ref. 25122]). •Questionably valid as Aetobatus guttatus (Shaw 1804) -- (Compagno 1999:497 [ref. 25589]). •Valid as Aetobatus cf. gutattus -- (Compagno et al. 2005:78 [ref. 29145]). •Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823) -- (White et al. 2010:146 [ref. 30856]). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Habitat: marine.

indica, Aetobatis Swainson [W.] 1839:321 [The natural history and classification v. 2; ref. 4303] Vizagapatam, India. No types known. Based on Russ. i. pl. 8 -- which is Russell 1803:5, Pl. 8 [ref. 13862]. •Synonym of Aetobatus mula (Forsskål 1775) -- (Kottelat 2013:30 [ref. 32989]). •Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Habitat: marine.

laticeps, Aetobatis Gill [T. N.] 1865:137 [Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York v. 8 (art. 13); ref. 1712] California, U.S.A. Holotype (unique): USNM. •Synonym of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790) -- (Castro-Aguirre et al. 1999:77 [ref. 24550]). •Probably valid -- (White et al. 2010:145 [ref. 30856], White & Moore 2013:199 [ref. 33040], Weigmann 2016:148 [ref. 34211]). •Valid as Aetobatus laticeps (Gill 1865) -- (White et al. 2013:1 [ref. 33115], Palacios-Salgado et al. 2014:236 [ref. 36362], Del Moral-Flores et al. 2016:133 [ref. 34398], White & Naylor 2016:436 [ref. 34575] in Aetobatidae, Del Moral-Flores et al. 2016:606 [ref. 34923], White & Last 2016:728 [ref. 35016], Ehemann et al. 2018:26 [ref. 36194]). Current status: Valid as Aetobatus laticeps (Gill 1865). Aetobatidae. Distribution: Eastern Pacific: Gulf of California (Mexico) south to Ecuador, including Galápagos Islands. Habitat: brackish, marine.

latirostris, Aetobatis Duméril [A. H. A.] 1861:242, Pl. 20 (fig. 1) [Archives du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris v. 10 [for 1858]; ref. 1149] Gabon coast, western Africa. Holotype (unique): MNHN 0000-2349. Type catalog: Bertin 1939:91 [ref. 20739], Séret & McEachran 1987:24 [ref. 9312]. •Status needs investigation -- (White et al. 2010:145 [ref. 30856], White & Moore 2013:199 [ref. 33040], White & Naylor 2016:436 [ref. 34575] in Aetobatidae). •Synonym of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790) -- (McEachran & Séret 1990:67 [ref. 19318], Jones et al. 2020:300 [ref. 37610]). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790). Aetobatidae. Habitat: brackish, marine.

macroptera, Myliobatis McClelland [J.] 1841:60, Pl. 2 (fig. 1) [Calcutta Journal of Natural History v. 1; ref. 17619] Bengal. No types known. •Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823) -- (White et al. 2010:146 [ref. 30856]). •Synonym of Aetobatus mula (Forsskål 1775) -- (Kottelat 2013:30 [ref. 32989]). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Habitat: brackish, marine.

marcgravii, Muliobatus Billberg [G. J.] 1833:51 [Linnéska Samfundets Handlingar v. 1 (for 1832); ref. 34146] No locality stated. No types known. Genus should have been Myliobatis. Based on [Myliobatis] Naxarii of Markgraf von Liebstadt 1648 [ref. 30347]; see Kullander 2016:112 [ref. 34147] as Marcgravus. •Probably synonym of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790) -- (Kullander 2016:112 [ref. 34147]). •Synonym of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790) -- (Jones et al. 2020:300 [ref. 37610]). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790). Aetobatidae. Habitat: brackish, marine.

meleagris, Goniobatis Agassiz [L.] 1858:385 [Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History v. 6 (1856-1859); ref. 73] Hawaiian Islands. •Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823) -- (White et al. 2010:146 [ref. 30856]). Synonym of Aetobatus muka (Forsskål 1775) -- (Kottelat 2013:30 [ref. 32989]). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Habitat: marine.

mula, Raja Forsskål [P. S.] 1775:ix [Descriptiones animalium (Forsskål); ref. 1351] Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Red Sea. No types known. Name considered available, with author as Fabricius, by Fricke 2008:13 [ref. 30182]. Not used as valid after 1899; therefore reversal of priority in favor of Raja narinari Euphrasen 1790 is followed (Art. 23.9). •In the synonymy of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790) -- (Fricke 2008:13 [ref. 30182]). •Valid as Aetobatus mula (Forsskål 1775) -- (Kottelat 2013:29 [ref. 32989]). •In the synonymy of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823) -- (White et al. 2010:146 [ref. 30856], Golani & Fricke 2018:17 [ref. 36273]). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Habitat: brackish, marine.

narinari, Raja Euphrasen [B. A.] 1790:217, Pl. 10 [Kongliga Vetenskaps-Academiens Handlingar, Stockholm v. 11 (for 1790); ref. 17467] Brazil (original localities Brazil and St. Barthélemy [Bartholomew], West Indies). Lectotype: lost. Euphrasen (1790) is based on 'Narinari brasiliensibus' of Willughby (ex Marcgravus) 1686:66-67, fig. 5 [ref. 17467] on 'cartilaginei plani' on a specimen from Brazil; named 'Narinari' in Markgraf von Liebstadt 1648:175 [ref. 30347]. Euphrasen indicated he had caught a specimen at Carénage, near Gustavia [St. Barthélemy] [R. Fricke, pers. comm. 11/6/2008], so we regard both as type localities. Also described in Euphrasen 1792:205 [ref. 30154]. Lectotype selected as designated by Kottelat 2013 on Margrave 1638:175. •Valid as Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790) -- (Dor 1984:20 [ref. 29757], Nakaya in Masuda et al. 1984:16 [ref. 6441], Compagno 1986:132 [ref. 5648], Robins & Ray 1986:43 [ref. 23100], Allen & Swainston 1988:28 [ref. 25477], Paxton et al. 1989:49 [ref. 12442], McEachran & Séret 1990:67 [ref. 19318], Nishida 1990:92 [ref. 19783], Randall et al. 1990:31 [ref. 15987], Talwar & Jhingran 1991:51 [ref. 20764], Boschung 1992:27 [ref. 23239], Cervigón 1992:202 [ref. 23827], Allen & Robertson 1994:36 [ref. 22193], Bussing & López S. 1994:28 [ref. 23101], Last & Stevens 1994:448 [ref. 23873], Goren & Dor 1994:6 [ref. 25356], Acero P. & Franke 1995:16 [ref. 22546], McEachran & Notarbartolo-di-Sciara in Fischer et al. 1995:767 [ref. 22829], Randall 1995:49 [ref. 22896], Castro-Aguirre & Espinosa Pérez 1996:55 [ref. 22793], Mohsin & Ambak 1996:82 [ref. 27969] in Aetobatis, Allen 1997:48 [ref. 23977], De La Cruz Agüero et al. 1997:37 [ref. 24545], Grove & Lavenberg 1997:122 [ref. 24023], Larson & Williams 1997:346 [ref. 23967], Kuiter 1997:24 [ref. 25488], Randall et al. 1997:31 [ref. 25919], McEachran & Fechhelm 1998:189 [ref. 23897], Myers 1999:40 [ref. 23965], Aguilera 1998:45 [ref. 24221], Chirichigno F. & Vélez D. 1998:74 [ref. 24555], Fricke 1999:33 [ref. 24106], Morón et al. 1999:149 [ref. 24253], Cervigón & Alcalá 1999:201 [ref. 24490], Castro-Aguirre et al. 1999:77 [ref. 24550], Compagno & Last 1999:1516 [ref. 24637], Smith-Vaniz et al. 1999:124 [ref. 25013], Johnson 1999:718 [ref. 25471], Compagno 1999:497 [ref. 25589], Randall 1999:5 [ref. 25829] in Aetobatis, Menni & Stehmann 2000:92 [ref. 24909], Nakabo 2000:185 [ref. 25086], Compagno in Randall & Lim 2000:583 [ref. 25122], Laboute & Grandperrin 2000:103 [ref. 25191], Sadovy & Cornish 2000:28 [ref. 25480], Randall & Earle 2000:5 [ref. 25806], Schmitter-Soto et al. 2000:147 [ref. 27754], Hutchins 2001:16 [ref. 25847], Rocha & Rosa 2001:989 [ref. 25909], Camargo & Isaac 2001:144 [ref. 27639] as Aetobatis, Nakabo 2002:185 [ref. 26001], Sujatha 2002:157 [ref. 26899], Allen & Adrim 2003:22 [ref. 26830], Gomes & Gadig in Menezes et al. 2003:30 [ref. 27192], McEachran & Carvalho 2003:580 [ref. 26985], Manilo & Bogorodsky 2003:S94 [ref. 27377], Myers & Donaldson 2003:610 [ref. 27495], Lobel & Lobel 2004:67 [ref. 27576], Smith et al. 2003:6 [ref. 27621], Randall et al. 2004:5 [ref. 27624] as Aetobatis, Bonfil & Abdallah 2004:53 [ref. 27735], Nelson et al. 2004:57 [ref. 27807], Heemstra & Heemstra 2004:87 [ref. 28072], Love et al. 2005:14 [ref. 37547], Randall 2005:20 [ref. 28239] in Aetobatis, Mundy 2005:106 [ref. 28379], Compagno et al. 2005:77 [ref. 29145] as cf. narinari, Allen et al. 2006:206 [ref. 29002], Randall 2007:45 [ref. 30952], Schwartz 2008:39 [ref. 36773] as Aetobatis n., Fricke et al. 2009:12 [ref. 30213], Kimura 2009:15 [ref. 30426], White et al. 2010:145 [ref. 30856], McCosker & Rosenblatt 2010:188 [ref. 30957], Motomura et al. 2010:69 [ref. 31256], Fricke et al. 2011:348 [ref. 31242], Allen & Erdmann 2012:66 [ref. 31980], Yamashita et al. 2012:136 [ref. 32408], Page et al. 2013:57 [ref. 32708], White & Moore 2013:199 [ref. 33040], White et al. 2013:1 [ref. 33115], Smith-Vaniz & Jelks 2014:21 [ref. 33341], White 2014:149 [ref. 33490] as likely a species complex, Pinheiro et al. 2015:4 [ref. 34324], Galván-Villa et al. 2016:143 [ref. 34871], Del Moral-Flores et al. 2016:131 [ref. 34398], Weigmann 2016:148 [ref. 34211] see remarks, Séret 2016:1427 [ref. 34545], White & Naylor 2016:436 [ref. 34575] in Aetobatidae, Fourriére et al. 2016:440 [ref. 34668] in eastern Pacific, Berthe et al. 2016:181 [ref. 34826], Robertson et al. 2016:144 [ref. 34961], White & Last 2016:729 [ref. 35016], Koeda et al. 2016:2 [ref. 35354], Ali et al. 2018:305 [ref. 36183], Ehemann et al. 2018:26 [ref. 36194], Kumar et al. 2018:298 [ref. 36178], Spier et al. 2018:5 [ref. 36103], Almeida & Biscoito 2019:175 [ref. 37302], Ehemann et al. 2019:[7] [ref. 36861], Sales et al. 2019:[4] [ref. 36645], Jones et al. 2020:300 [ref. 37610]). Current status: Valid as Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790). Aetobatidae. Distribution: Western Atlantic: including Gulf of Mexico; eastern Atlantic: Mauritania south to Angola. Habitat: brackish, marine.

narutobiei, Aetobatus White [W. T.], Furumitsu [K.] & Yamaguchi [A.] 2013:2, Figs. 1-12 [PLoS ONE v. 8 (no. 12): e83785; ref. 33115] 33°03'05"N, 130°12'32"E, Ariake Bay, Japan, depth 5-7 meters. Holotype: FFNU-P-2001. Paratypes: CSIRO, FFNU, NSMT. Plus additional non-type material. •Valid as Aetobatus narutobiei White, Furumitsu & Yamaguchi 2013 -- (White 2014:150 [ref. 33490], White & Naylor 2016:436 [ref. 34575] in Aetobatidae, White & Last 2016:730 [ref. 35016], Manjaji-Matsumoto in Kimura et al. 2018:15 [ref. 36460], Sales et al. 2019:[4] [ref. 36645], Sonoyama et al. 2020:15 [ref. 37637]). Current status: Valid as Aetobatus narutobiei White, Furumitsu & Yamaguchi 2013. Aetobatidae. Distribution: Western Pacific: Vietnam and China north to Japan. Habitat: marine.

ocellatus, Myliobatus Kuhl [H.] in van Hasselt 1823:316 [Algemeene Konst- en Letter-bode voor het Jaar I Deel (no. 20); ref. 4513] Muara Angke fish landing site, Jakarta, Indonesia. Neotype: MZB 18225. Based on Russell 1803:5, Pl. 8 [ref. 13862] (see Alfred 1961:82 [ref. 20553]). Also in van Hasselt 1824:90 [ref. 5104]. Original locality Java, Indonesia. Neotype designated by White et al. 2010 [ref. 30856]. •See Kottelat 1987:369 [ref. 5962]. •Status uncertain -- (Compagno & Last 1999 [ref. 24637]). •Synonym of Aetobatus mula (Forsskål 1775) -- (Kottelat 2013:29 [ref. 32989]). •Valid as Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823) -- (Goren & Dor 1994:6 [ref. 25356] with author as van Hasselt, Sujatha 2002:157 [ref. 26899], White et al. 2010:145 [ref. 30856], Last el al. 2010:244 [ref. 32461], Golani & Bogorodsky 2010:58 [ref. 35264] as ocellata, Allen & Erdmann 2012:66 [ref. 31980], Naylor et al. 2012:84 [ref. 32267] see remarks, Larson et al. 2013:21 [ref. 32988], White & Moore 2013:199 [ref. 33040], Ebert et al. 2013:366 [ref. 33045], White et al. 2013:1 [ref. 33115], White 2014:149 [ref. 33490], Delrieu-Trottin et al. 2015:4 [ref. 33988], Psomadakis et al. 2015:106 [ref. 34104], Weigmann 2016:149 [ref. 34211], White & Naylor 2016:436 [ref. 34575] in Aetobatidae, Berthe et al. 2016:181 [ref. 34826], White & Last 2016:731 [ref. 35016], White et al. 2017:280 [ref. 35860], Fricke et al. 2018:28 [ref. 35805], Golani & Fricke 2018:17 [ref. 36273], Kumar et al. 2018:298 [ref. 36178], White & Ko'ou 2018:65 [ref. 35922], Eagderi et al. 2019:12 [ref. 37020], Fernando et al. 2019:205 [ref. 36642], Fricke et al. 2019:46 [ref. 36673], Sales et al. 2019:[4] [ref. 36645], Zajonz et al. 2019:60 [ref. 36871], Psomadakis et al. 2020:213 [ref. 37272], Sonoyama et al. 2020:15 [ref. 37637]). Current status: Valid as Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Distribution: Red Sea; Indo-West Pacific: East Africa, South Africa and Persian Gulf east to Hawaiian Islands and French Polynesia, north to Japan, south to northern Australia Habitat: marine.

punctatus, Myliobatis Miklouho-Maclay [N. de] & Macleay [W.] 1886:675, Pl. 46 (figs. 1-6) [Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales v. 10 (pt 4); ref. 2996] Admiralty and Lub (Hermit Island). Holotype: lost. Based on descriptions and drawings of several specimens seen by Maclay; only one jaw was preserved, and was subsequently lost. •Possibly a synonym of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790) -- (Compagno 1999:497 [ref. 25589]). •Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823) -- (White et al. 2010:146 [ref. 30856]). •Synonym of Aetobatus mula (Forsskål 1775) -- (Kottelat 2013:30 [ref. 32989]). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Habitat: brackish, marine.

quinqueaculeata, Raia Quoy [J. R. C.] & Gaimard [J. P.] 1824:200, Pl. 43 (fig. 3) [Voyage autour du monde; ref. 3574] Near Guam, Mariana Islands, western Pacific. Holotype (unique): MNHN A.8905 (incomplete). Type catalog: Bertin 1939:90 [ref. 20739], Séret & McEachran 1987:24 [ref. 9312]. •Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823) -- (White et al. 2010:146 [ref. 30856]). •Synonym of Aetobatus mula (Forsskål 1775) -- (Kottelat 2013:29 [ref. 32989]). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Habitat: brackish, marine.

tajara, Raja Bonnaterre [J. P.] (ex Forsskål) 1788:6 [Tableau encyclopédique et méthodique des trois règnes de la nature... Ichthyologie; ref. 4940] Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Red Sea; Al-Luhayya, Yemen. Based on Raja tajara hörraeka of Forsskål 1775:ix [ref. 1351]. Not used as valid after 1899; therefore reversal of priority in favor of Raja narinari Euphrasen 1790 is followed (Art. 23.9). •In the synonymy of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790) -- (Fricke 2008:13 [ref. 30182], Jones et al. 2020:300 [ref. 37610]). •In the synonymy of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Habitat: brackish, marine.

tajara, Raja Forsskål [P. S.] 1775:ix [Descriptiones animalium (Forsskål); ref. 1351] Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Red Sea; [Lohajæ] Al-Luhayya, Yemen. No types known. Not available according to ICZN Art. 5, described as Raja tajara hörraeka with tajara and hörraeka as alternative Arabic vernacular names, therefore not binominal (see Fricke 2008:13 [ref. 30182]). Made available by Bonnaterre 1788:6 [ref. 4940]. •In the synonymy of Aetobatus narinari (Euphrasen 1790) -- (Fricke 2008:13 [ref. 30182]). •In the synonymy of Aetobatus mula (Forsskål 1775) -- (Kottelat 2013:29 [ref. 32989]). •In the synonymy of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823) -- (White et al. 2010:146 [ref. 30856]). Current status: Synonym of Aetobatus ocellatus (Kuhl 1823). Aetobatidae. Habitat: brackish, marine.