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Blue Spotted Stingray - Neotrygon kuhlii This Blue Spotted Stingray - Neotrygon kuhlii has venomous spines on its tail.<br />
Although not aggressive but they will flick the spine on their tail to defend themselves if provoked. Bluespotted stingray,Geotagged,Mozambique,Neotrygon kuhlii,Ponta do Ouro,Stingray,Summer Click/tap to enlarge Country intro

Blue Spotted Stingray - Neotrygon kuhlii

This Blue Spotted Stingray - Neotrygon kuhlii has venomous spines on its tail.
Although not aggressive but they will flick the spine on their tail to defend themselves if provoked.

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  1. Fantastic, Albert! Every underwater photo is already very valuable as most people do not dive, and combined with this more rare location you're really adding unique spottings. Posted 3 years ago
    1. Thanks, Ferdy.
      I realised most of the marine animals have been posted by Patomarazul but still its from a different locations :D
      Posted 3 years ago

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The bluespotted stingray , also known as bluespotted maskray or Kuhl's stingray, is a species of stingray of the Dasyatidae family. It was recently changed from ''Dasyatis kuhlii'' in 2008 after morphological and molecular analyses show that it is part of a distinct genus, Neotrygon. The body is rhomboidal and colored green with blue spots. Maximum disk width is estimated 46.5 centimeters . It is popular in aquaria but usually not distinguished from the bluespotted ribbontail ray. The ribbontail.. more

Similar species: Stingrays And Eagle Rays
Species identified by Albert Kang
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Uploaded Sep 25, 2016. Captured Mar 18, 2014 20:40 in Lighthouse Rd, Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique.
  • DSC-RX100
  • f/11.0
  • 1/160s
  • ISO100
  • 10.4mm