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New records of Gorgona guitarfish Rhinobatos prahli on the Colombian Pacific coast

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 May 2010

Luis Fernando Payán
Affiliation:
Fundación Colombiana para la Investigación y Conservación de Tiburones y Rayas, SQUALUS, Carrera 79 No. 6-37 Capri, Cali, Colombia
Paola A. Mejía-Falla
Affiliation:
Fundación Colombiana para la Investigación y Conservación de Tiburones y Rayas, SQUALUS, Carrera 79 No. 6-37 Capri, Cali, Colombia
Andrés Felipe Navia
Affiliation:
Fundación Colombiana para la Investigación y Conservación de Tiburones y Rayas, SQUALUS, Carrera 79 No. 6-37 Capri, Cali, Colombia
Rafael A. Lozano
Affiliation:
Fundación Colombiana para la Investigación y Conservación de Tiburones y Rayas, SQUALUS, Carrera 79 No. 6-37 Capri, Cali, Colombia
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Abstract

The presence of the Gorgona guitarfish, Rhinobatos prahli, in new zones of the Colombian Pacific coast is registered. The current unique Colombian record of the species corresponds to its description from Gorgona Island in 1995. This paper gives new information on the species on the tropical eastern Pacific coast; and contributes to the knowledge of the habitat used by this species in these zones.

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Copyright © Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 2010

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