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RayHemitrygon fluviorum

Estuary Stingray at Merimbula, NSW

Hemitrygon fluviorum at Merimbula, NSW - 14 Mar 2020

Identification history

Ray Hemitrygon fluviorum 24 Sep 2020 libbyh
Unidentified 13 Aug 2020 SapphireCoastMarineDiscoveryCentre

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Author's notes

The elusive brown (or esturary) ray swimming alone in the back lake. This animal swam in really shallow (30-40cm deep maybe), and just lay on the sand. I'm pretty sure he was there for a photo shoot as i was able to get close enough to get some close pictures and it just lay there.

3 comments

libbyh wrote:
   13 Aug 2020
A good sighting as these are not often seen. It can be distinguished by its long, fine tail
   10 hrs ago
This sighting has been featured but it hasn't been identified.
libbyh wrote:
   10 hrs ago
Thanks for noting this Matthew

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Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Rare or uncommon Native
  • Non-Invasive

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