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- The spiny butterfly ray or giant butterfly ray (Gymnura altavela) is a species of butterfly ray, family Gymnuridae, native to the shallow coastal waters...
- currently 10 species in this genus (others are considered synonyms): Gymnura altavela (Linnaeus, 1758) – Spiny butterfly ray Gymnura australis (E. P. Ramsay...
- Pteroplatytrygon violacea Taeniura grabata Urogymnus asperrimus Gymnura altavela Mobula mobular Myliobatis aquila Pteromylaeus bovinus Rhinoptera marginata...
-  Russia,  Turkey,  Ukraine Data Deficient Family: Gymnuridae Gymnura altavela (Linnaeus, 1758) Spiny butterfly ray Accidental  Turkey Vulnerable Ordo:...
- Grubbs, R.D.; Notarbartolo di Sciara, G. & Serena, S. (2007). "Gymnura altavela". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.1. International Union...
- ray Raja fullonicaShagreen ray Raja aquilaCommon eagle ray Raja altavelaSpiny butterfly ray Raja pastinacaCommon stingray Raja clavata – Thornback...
- Dasyatis centroura (Pisces : Dasyatidae) and spiny butterfly ray Gymnura altavela (Pisces : Gymnuridae) from the southern Adriatic". Journal of the Marine...
- ocellatus) Banded eagle ray (Aetomylaeus nichofii) Spiny butterfly ray (Gymnura altavela) Zonetail butterfly ray (Gymnura zonura) Natal electric ray (Heteronarce...
- Gymnura: Butterfly rays Gymnura afuerae (Peruvian butterfly ray) Gymnura altavela (Spiny butterfly ray) Gymnura australis (Australian butterfly ray) Gymnura...
- platana Rhinoraja albomaculata Rioraja ag****izii Sympterygia acuta Gymnura altavela Gymnura zonura Mobula alfredi Mobula birostris Mobula rochebrunei Mobula...
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