Blind electric ray

Both Typhlonarke species are native to New Zealand; the exact distribution of each species is uncertain due to confusion between the two.

The Blind electric ray lives in the bathydemersal, marine, depth range 65 - 900 m environment.

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The blind electric rays are two species of poorly-known electric rays of the genus Typhlonarke, belonging to the sleeper ray family, Narkidae. The group is known for producing electric shocks for defense. Both species are deep-sea rays endemic to the waters off New Zealand. More

* Blind electric ray, numbfish of the genus Typhlonarke * Blotched fantail ray, member of Dasyatidae * Bull ray, large stingray of the eagle ray family found around coasts of Europe and Africa * Butterfly ray, rajiform * Cownose ray, the More

The blind electric ray is a very small poorly-known electric ray with the typical round body shape, small fleshy tail, one dorsal fin, and almost useless eyes. More

The blind electric ray is dark brown in colour, and is potentially vulnerable to fisheries activity since its known distribution coincides with major trawl fishery grounds. However, recent marine sanctuaries around New Zealand provide some safe havens. More

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Common names

Blind electric ray in English
Blind elrokke in Danish (dansk)
Blind legged torpedo in English
Blinde sluimerrog in Dutch (Nederlands)
Numbfish in English
Round electric ray in English
скат слепой электрический in Russian (русский язык)
艾氏盲电鳐 in Mandarin Chinese
艾氏盲電鰩 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Torpediniformes
Family : Narcinidae
Genus : Typhlonarke
Species : Typhlonarke aysoni
Authority : Hamilton, 1902