Independence Ray

Independence Ray was first identified at Manta Village (Keauhou) on June 28, 2011 by James Wing. He was approximately 4 feet across and has been seen at both dive locations. He is very shy on the night experience and doesn’t like to come close to the divers or snorkelers.

Captain and dive master Mike Mayne suggested his name as Independence Ray was first seen shortly before the 4th of July.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Male

WINGSPAN

4-6 feet

MARKINGS

His spot pattern looks like a "W"

IDENTIFIED BY

James Wing

IDENTIFICATION DATE

06/28/2011

Independence Ray'S MARKINGS

His spot pattern looks like a "W" with the right side being separated from the rest of the pattern.

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