Rajidae (Skates, Rays)
|A bottom pair trawls is a cone-shaped net consisting of a body, normally made of two or four panels, ending in a codend and the net has lateral wings extending forward from the opening.|
|In the wet-fish trawler the fish is kept in the hold in the fresh/"wet" condition.
|Species EnvironmentBenthic rays occurring in all oceans, from Arctic to Antarctic waters and from shallow coastal shelfs to abyssal regions; rare in tropical shallow waters or near coral reefs; some species enter brackish waters. Feed on other benthic organisms.|