The Southern Ocean Sunfish or Southern Mola (Mola ramsayi) is one of the two generally recognized Mola species as of 2013, although there it appears likely that one or more cryptic species will be recognized in the near future (Yoshita et al. 2009; Pope et al. 2010 and references therein). Much less is known about this species than is known about Mola mola. For more information, see Mola, Mola mola, and the oceansunfish.org website.
- Pope, E.C., G.C. Hays, T.M. Thys, et al. 2010. The biology and ecology of the ocean sunfish Mola mola: a review of current knowledge and future research perspectives. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 20: 471-487.
- Yoshita, Y., Y. Yamanoue, K. Sagara, et al. 2009. Phylogenetic relationship of two Mola sunfishes (Tetraodontiformes: Molidae) occurring around the coast of Japan, with notes on their geographical distribution and morphological characteristics. Ichthyological Research 56: 232-244.
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