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The aggregation of multiple individuals is a long known behaviour in a variety of elasmobranchs, including reef sharks (Speed et al. 2011), hammerhead sharks (Klimley & Nelson 1984), whale sharks (Hoffmayer et al. 2007), devilrays (Ward-Page et al. 2013; Sobral & Afonso 2014), stingrays (Semeniuk & Rotley 2008), eagle rays (Silliman & Gruber 1999) and cownose rays (Smith et al. 1987). Various functions have been hypothesised to explain these aggregations, including feeding (e.g. Wilson et al. 2001; Rohner et al. 2013), courtship or mating (Whitney et al. 2004; Dudgeon et al. 2008), and cleaning stations (Dewar et al. 2008). However, apart from the obvious cases whenever individuals directly engage in reproductive activities, the social functions that these aggregations might serve are not understood or even described. […].

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Afonso, Pedro -  Rodrigues, Nuno V. - 

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Palabras claveEagle Ray - 

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* "ARQUIPÉLAGO. Life and Marine Sciences". ISSN 0873-4704. Nº 32 (2015): 4 p..
* 0873-4704

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