White-spotted guitarfish

White-spotted guitarfish is a type of ray. It has many variations, which may lead to it being divided further. They reach around three meters and are grey with white spots. More

The white-spotted guitarfish (Rhinobatos albomaculatus) is a type of ray. It is found in the eastern Atlantic from the Gulf of Guinea to Angola. It reaches a length of approximately 75 cm. References - 1. More

White-spotted Guitarfish, He was a big sucker Options V marinedomain Rating: 0 View Member Profile post Mar 11 2006, 11:26 AM Post #1 Sting Ray *** Member More

Up to 20 large White-spotted Guitarfish have been observed here and other members of the Ray family gather here in large numbers especially the Australian Cownose Rays which appear in the hundreds. More

The White-spotted Guitarfish (Rhynchobatus djiddensis) is often found resting on the seabed during the day, propped up on its pectoral fins as it slowly pumps water over its gills. It can grow 3 m long and to a weight of well over 200 kg. More

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Order : Rajiformes
Family : Rhinobatidae
Genus : Rhinobatos
Species : Rhinobatos percellens
Authority : Norman, 1930