This article is about the Ghostray. You may be looking for the Crimson Ray or the Jellyray.

The Ghostray is a passive fauna species, that spawns in various areas around the Lost River.

The Ghostray emits a very loud, droning sound.

Appearance

The Ghostray is very large, and possesses a body structure similar to that of real life manta rays. It's inner body resembles that of a Jellyray, while its outer body resembles that of a Crimson Ray. It is entirely translucent and emits a cyan bioluminescence. It has two glowing red organs behind the eyes, as well as another, non-bioluminescent, organ just above the base of the tail.

Behavior

The Ghostray is a docile creature, spending a majority of its time swimming aimlessly around the Giant Cove Tree in the Tree Cove, in the Bones Field, and in the Ghost Canyon.

Audio

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Data Bank Entry

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This ray species has adapted to deep-sea conditions. Its body is fully protected by a translucent skin, and its large wings are capable of generating considerable thrust.

1. Poisonous Flesh:
As is common for rays on 4546B the ghostray's flesh is inedible, making it one of the more resilient herbivores.

2. Feeding Behavior:
Feeds on plant matter that has settled on the ground in deep sea caverns.

Assessment: Inedible

Gallery

Trivia

  • The Ghostray is stated to be the closest in morphology amongst the living rays to the Alpha Ray Species, making this species the most basal of the group.
  • The Ghostray is very closely related to the Crimson Ray found in the Inactive Lava Zone and Lava Lakes.
    • The Ghostray is somewhat closely related to the Jellyray.
      • This also means that it is distantly related to the Rabbit Ray, which appears to be the most derived of the rays
  • The Ghostray's sounds were created from those of a whale.[1]

References

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