Aleutian skate

The Aleutian skate is a species of skate in the family Rajidae.

The Aleutian skate lives in the bathydemersal, marine, depth range 15 - 1602 m environment.

The Aleutian skate (Bathyraja aleutica) is a species of skate in the family Rajidae. It lives in depths ranging from 15 to 1602 meters in North Pacific Ocean from northern parts of Japan to the Aleutian Islands and southeastern Alaska. More

* Aleutian skate by User:Voltteri started at 20:57, 28 March 2009 * Epibulus insidiator by User:Mokele started at 20:03, 28 March 2009 * Synodontis pardalis by User:Phn229 started at 06:14, 28 March 2009 * Synodontis ornatissima by User:Phn229 started More

history characteristics of the Aleutian skate, Bathyraja aleutica, in two Alaskan ecosystems. American Elasmobranch Society, Montreal, Canada. Haas, D.L., Ebert, D.A., & Cailliet, G.M. 2008. Age, growth, and reproduction of the Aleutian skate, Bathyraja aleutica (Gilbert, 1896), in the eastern Bering Sea. More

behavior of the Alaska skate and Aleutian skate with focus on the characterization of skate nursery areas and approaches for nursery conservation in the southeastern Bering Sea. A molecular assay is being developed to use to identify skates on the basis of tissue samples. More

Aleutian skate is the primary lymphoid organ for B lymphocyte differentiation and proliferation, possibly equivalent to the bursa of birds. More

Common names

Aleutian skate in English
Aleutianrog in Dutch (Nederlands)
Arasukakasube in Japanese (日本語)
腹斑深海鰩 in Mandarin Chinese
腹斑深海鳐 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Rajiformes
Family : Rajidae
Genus : Bathyraja
Species : Bathyraja aleutica
Authority : Gilbert, 1896