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1 Species ID Suggestions

Muckpuk
Muckpuk 8 years ago
Rough Eagle Ray
Pteromylaeus asperrimus Pteromylaeus


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4 Comments

Muckpuk
Muckpuk 8 years ago

The Rough Eagle Ray is only about 80 cm. It might be the one then!

hannah.perry
hannah.perry 8 years ago

It wasn't a very big ray. I'll look at the one you suggested. Thank you!

Muckpuk
Muckpuk 8 years ago

Hi hannah
I suggested an ID. Have a look at what you think. I definitely think it is a kind of Eagle Ray. It all depends on size of the ray, so have a look.
Good luck.

Jellis
Jellis 8 years ago

Could be a cownose ray (Rhinoptera bonasus)

hannah.perry
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hannah.perry

Parroquia Bella Vista, Gal√°pagos, Ecuador

Spotted on Aug 4, 2014
Submitted on Aug 4, 2014

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