This fin type tends to begin around the shoulders and end around the back fins, they are usually the same color as the mhoat's goo but can be muted colors from the main body. These back fins mimic various fish fins and allow for a lot of variation.
This fin type starts at the top of the mhoat's head and runs down the back of the body.; this fin can either stop near the back fins or flow into the tail. These fins are usually the same color as the mhoat's goo but can be muted colors from the main body.
These fins resemble the fins of various types of rays, such as manta rays or stingrays, and replace the goo fins that are standard in aquatics. This means they are unable to transform these fins in the same manner as their fellow aquatics and land mhoat cousins. These fins always have some sort of goo present along the underside, usually in the form of vents that can tend towards functional or decorative. Additionally, some manta fins will display a thinner membrane along the lower edge of the fin, but this detail isn't always present.
This fin type adds an extra set of lower fins along the aquatics body and modifies the front fins by having the shell overlap the structure further than is standard. Because of this extra shell, the front fins are more limited in how far the aquatic can transform them.
Aquatics with this trait form a variety of wings in place of their fins ranging from feathered, webbed, to even insect-like wings. This change to their anatomy means these aquatics are able to take to the sky and tend to spend much of their time on land as a result.