The golden cownose ray or Pacific cownose ray (Rhinoptera steindachneri) is a
species of eagle ray, family Myliobatidae. It is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, ...
Cownose rays belong to the family Myliobatidae, which also includes eagle and
manta rays. They have the familiar winged shape of many species of large rays.
Find out what's known about Pacific Cownose Rays, Rhinoptera steindachneri,
Elasmobranchii, Rajiformes, Myliobatidae, including their world range and ...
Mexico fishing: Pacific Cownose Ray photos and information.
Image of Rhinoptera steindachneri (Pacific cownose ray). Rhinoptera ... Eastern
Pacific: Gulf of California to Costa Rica and the Galapagos Islands. Probably ...
The cownose ray was first named Raja bonasus (Mitchill, 1815). This name was
changed to the currently valid name Rhinoptera bonasus that same year.
Information on the golden cownose ray is currently being researched and written
and will appear here shortly. Also known as: Hawkray, Pacific cownose ray.
With a conspicuous indent at the front of the head, and a specialised fin beneath
the head divided into two, short rounded lobes, the cownose ray is one of the ...
Cownose rays have a unique feature—long, pointed pectoral fins that separate
into two lobes in front of their high-domed heads. A crease in the lobes and a ...
Dec 5, 2011 ... Other names: Hawk rays, Pacific Cownose ray. Family: Rhinopteridae. Home:
The Pacific Cownose ray can be seen swimming in the open ...