The bluespotted stingray (Neotrygon kuhlii) or Kuhl's stingray, is a species of
stingray of the Dasyatidae family. It was recently changed from Dasyatis kuhlii in
Find out what's known about Blue-spotted Rays, Taeniura lymma,
Elasmobranchii, Rajiformes, Dasyatidae, including their world range and habitats
, feeding ...
Descriptions and articles about the Blue-spotted Stingray, scientifically known as
Taeniura lymma in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Brief Summa...
Oct 28, 2010 ... Blue spotted stingray is eating some squid and then swims with my shark.
Dec 8, 2010 ... Find interesting and fun facts about the blue spotted ray. Learn what they look
like, where they live, how they behave towards humans, what ...
It looks a lot like the bluespotted stingray, but this ray is much rounder and has a
noticeably thicker tail. It has two venomous spines on its tail, but it tends to be ...
The blue spotted sting ray is found in waters up to 250 feet deep, generally near
rocky coral reefs. During high tide it moves into shallow lagoons and reefs.
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... Also known as: blue spotted fantail ray, blue spotted ribbontail ray, blue ...
The Bluespotted Stingray is also commonly referred to as the Bluespotted
Ribbontail Ray and Blue Dot Stingray. Bluespottted Stingrays stays relatively
small in ...
History The first written record of the blue spotted ray was made in 1841 by an
ocean explorer named Heinrich Kuhl, who discovered this stingray in the waters