Ryan Ray

Ryan Ray was identified on Dec 10, 2006 at Manta Heaven by Ryan Leinbach. She was a young female with an approximately 8-10 feet wide fin span.

She has only been seen a few times along the coast.

SPECIES

Mobula Alfredi (reef)

GENDER

Female

WINGSPAN

8-9 feet

MARKINGS

random dots with an upside-down "V"

IDENTIFIED BY

Ryan Leinbach

IDENTIFICATION DATE

12/10/2006

Ryan Ray'S MARKINGS

Ryan Ray has several random dots on her underside with an upside-down "V".

How was Ryan Ray Named?

Her namesake is Ryan Leinbach, a long-time manta enthusiast, boat captain, underwater photographer, and the best manta-ID person we know off.

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  1. Cherilyn Ramsey

    Saw Ryan ray on March 27 at garden eel cove.

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