Bluespotted Ribbontail Stingray
The Bluespotted Ribbontail Stingray, also known as Bluespotted Stingray, Bluespotted Fantail Ray, Bluespotted Lagoon Ray, Reef Ray, Ribbon-Tailed Stingray, and Ribbontail Stingray (Taeniura Lymma). A bottom-dwelling species that frequents coral reefs and adjacent sandy flats, the Bluespotted Ribbontail Stingray are widespread in the nearshore waters of the tropical Indo-Pacific region, the Bluespotted Fantail Ray has a range that extends around the periphery of the Indian Ocean from South Africa to the Arabian Peninsula to Southeast Asia, including Madagascar, Mauritius, Zanzibar, the Seychelles, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives.
Bluespotted Ribbontail Stingray is a fairly small ray, not exceeding 14″ inches in width, with a mostly smooth, oval pectoral fin disc, large protruding eyes, and a relatively short and thick tail with a deep fin fold underneath. It can be easily identified by its striking color pattern of many electric blue spots on a yellowish background, with a pair of blue stripes on the tail. This ray is capable of injuring humans with its venomous tail spines, though it prefers to flee if threatened. Because of its beauty and size, the Bluespotted Lagoon Ray is popular with private aquarists despite being poorly suited to captivity.
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