Elviki Ray

Elviki Ray was identified June 14, 2017 by Leslie Charpentier during a daytime snorkel at Manta Village and less than 5 feet across.

As Leslie described; “She was doing barrel rolls when I approached, then she continued to swim all around inside the bay”.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Female

WINGSPAN

5-6 feet

MARKINGS

3x dots, 3x strokes

IDENTIFIED BY

Leslie Charpentier

IDENTIFICATION DATE

06/14/2017

Elviki Ray'S MARKINGS

Elviki Ray has 3x dots on the right side and 3x strokes in the middle of her ventral side.

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