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Marta D. Palacios, Edgar M. Hoyos‑Padilla2, Abel Trejo‑Ramírez, Donald A. Croll, Felipe Galván‑Magaña, Kelly M. Zilliacus, John B. O’Sullivan, James T. Ketchum2, &Rogelio González‑Armas Scientific Reports, Nature (2021) DOI: https://rdcu.be/cdgBl Abstract Munk’s pygmy devil rays (Mobula munkiana) are medium-size, zooplanktivorous filter feeding, elasmobranchs characterized by aggregative behavior, low fecundity and...

Nerea Lezama-Ochoa, Maria Grazia Pennino, Martin A. Hall, Jon Lopez & Hilario Murua Scientific Reports, Nature (2020) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-73879-3 Abstract To protect the most vulnerable marine species it is essential to have an understanding of their spatiotemporal distributions. In recent decades, Bayesian statistics have been successfully used to quantify...

Nerea Lezama-Ochoa, Jon Lopez, Martin Hall, Pascal Bach, Francisco Abascal, Hilario Murua Endangered Species Research (2020) DOI: https://doi.org/10.3354/esr01082 Abstract The distribution of the spinetail devil ray Mobula mobular in the eastern tropical Atlantic remains poorly known compared to the Pacific and Indian Oceans. We used fishery-dependent data and generalized additive models...

Nerea Lezama-Ochoa, Martin A. Hall, Maria Grazia Pennino, Joshua D. Stewart, Jon López, Hilario Murua PLOSONE (2019) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0220854   Abstract In the eastern Pacific Ocean, the tropical tuna purse-seine fishery incidentally captures high numbers of five mobulid bycatch species; all of which are classified as mortalities by the Inter-American...

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