Spotted shovelnose ray

The Spotted shovelnose ray lives in the benthopelagic, marine, depth range 120 - 124 m environment.

The spotted shovelnose ray (Aptychotrema timorensis) is a species of fish in the Rhinobatidae family. It is endemic to Australia. Its natural habitat is open seas. Source - * Last, P.R. & Kyne, P.M. 2005. More

even saw a 3-meter spotted shovelnose ray (guitar-shark) on a recent early morning dive this January! I’ve also heard that some of you had encounters there with mantas and whale sharks! Surin has some incredible diving as well, especially at Ko Torinla, which is my favorite More

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Common names

Kortsnudet skovlnæserokke in Danish (dansk)
Short-snouted shovelnose ray in English
鮑氏鏟吻犁頭鰩 in Mandarin Chinese
鲍氏铲吻犁头鳐 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Rajiformes
Family : Rhinobatidae
Genus : Aptychotrema
Species : Aptychotrema timorensis
Authority : Last, 2004