Conae Ray

Seth Conae identified Conae Ray on June 17, 2014 during the daytime in beautiful Kealakekua Bay, home to one of the most treasured reefs we have on the island.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Female

WINGSPAN

7-8 feet

MARKINGS

2 long strokes, a tear drop underneath

IDENTIFIED BY

Seth Conae

IDENTIFICATION DATE

06/17/2014

Conae Ray'S MARKINGS

Conae Ray has 2x long strokes right above a tear drop.

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