Ho Ray

Ho Ray was first identified on October 31, 2007 at Manta Heaven by Martina Wing. He was about 5 feet across. Today his wingspan is between 6-8 feet.

He has become very accustomed to scuba divers and snorkelers and is a regular player at the Manta Heaven dive site.

Ho Ray is named after our dear friend Capt. Mike Ho, a veteran captain of the Kona Coast.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Male

WINGSPAN

6-8 feet

MARKINGS

There's a gap in his spot pattern and just above is a dot

IDENTIFIED BY

Martina Wing

IDENTIFICATION DATE

10/31/2007

Ho Ray'S MARKINGS

Ho Ray is easily identified by the gap in his spot pattern and just above is a dot.

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