Current affiliation: University of WashingtonSubject speciality: Biological SciencesPrimary location: United States
Published in:Journal of MorphologyPublication date:2014-03-21
Stingray Cranial Muscles
Fishes have their jaws unattached directly to the skull, unlike our jaws. In the cartilaginous fishes (sharks and rays) - the connection between t...
Published in:Mitochondrial DNA Part BPublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:Proceedings of The Royal Society B Biological SciencesPublication date:2016-09-14
Freshwater stingrays are found throughout the Amazon and has evolved to eat prey that other stingrays either can't eat, or don't. These rays are t...
Published in:Journal of AnatomyPublication date:2015-07-16
We answer the question: how hard can a stingray bite? Cownose rays (Rhinoptera bonasus) manage to crush hard-shelled mollusks like clams with jaws...
Published in:ZoologyPublication date:2009-09-01
Published in:Journal of Experimental BiologyPublication date:2015-11-13