References for Bat Rays

Selected References

Gray, A., T. Mulligan, and R. Hannah. 1997. Food habits, occurrence, and population structure of the bat ray, Myliobatis californica, in Humboldt Bay, California. Environmental Biology of Fishes 49:227-238.
Herald, E. S. 1951. The relative abundance of sharks and bay stingrays in San Francisco Bay. California Fish and Game 37:315-329.
Hopkins, T.E. and J.J. Cech. 1992. The Physiology and ecology of bat rays in Tomales Bay In The Third Biennial Sate of Tomales Bay Coference. Iverness Yacht Club, Iverness, CA.
Klimley, A. P., J. T. Kelly, and R. L. Kihslinger. 2005. Directional and non-directional movements of bat rays, Myliobatis californica, in Tomales Bay, California. Environmental Biology of Fishes 74:79-88.
Martin, L.K. and G. M. Cailliet. 1988. Aspects of the reproduction of the bat ray, Myliobatis californica, in Central California. Copeia 3:754-762.
Matern, S. A., J. J. Cech, and T. E. Hopkins. 2000. Diel movements of bat rays, Myliobatis californica, in Tomales Bay, California: evidence for behavioral thermoregulation? Environmental Biology of Fishes 58:173-182.
Michael, S. 1993. Reef Sharks & Rays of the World: A guide to their identification, behavior, and ecology. Monterey, California: Sea Challengers.
Tricas, T. C. 1980. Courtship and mating-related behaviors in myliobatid rays. Copeia 3:553-556.