Myliobatis bisulcus Marsh 1869 (eagle ray)

Chondrichthyes - Myliobatiformes - Myliobatidae

Alternative combination: Myliobates bisulcus

Full reference: O. C. Marsh. 1869. Notice of some new Tertiary and Cretaceous fishes. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 20(5):227-230

Belongs to Myliobatis according to O. P. Hay 1902

See also Marsh 1869

Sister taxa: Myliobatis affinis, Myliobatis altus, Myliobatis aquila, Myliobatis arcuatus, Myliobatis bothriodon, Myliobatis dixoni, Myliobatis fastigiatus, Myliobatis faujasi, Myliobatis frangens, Myliobatis gigas, Myliobatis holmesii, Myliobatis intermedius, Myliobatis jugosus, Myliobatis latidens, Myliobatis magister, Myliobatis merriami, Myliobatis moorabbinensis, Myliobatis mordax, Myliobatis nzadinensis, Myliobatis oligocaena, Myliobatis pachyodon, Myliobatis plicatilis, Myliobatis prenticei, Myliobatis raouxi, Myliobatis striatus, Myliobatis sulcidens, Myliobatis tennicaudatus, Myliobatis toliapicus, Myliobatis vicomicanus

Type specimen: Its type locality is Farmingdale, which is in a Bartonian marine sandstone in the Shark River Formation of New Jersey

Ecology: nektobenthic carnivore

Distribution: found only at Farmingdale

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