Update to the Rays of Hong Kong List

Sharpnose Stingray (Maculabatis gerrardi)

Image Hamid Badar Osmany, reproduced under cc-by-da 3.0

Up to 2 m long, lives down to about 50 m in over sandy or muddy ground.

Bennett’s Stingray (Hemitrygon bennetti)

Image by A. Biju Kumar, reproduced under cc-by-sa 3.0

Maximum width 50 cm. Occurs down to 50 m depth.

Pale-edged Stingray (Telatrygon zugei)

Image by BEDO (Thailand), reproduced under cc-by-sa 3.0

Up to 29 cm wide, lives over sandy ground down to 100 m

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My PhD was about Antarctic deep-sea ecology and biodiversity, but I am passionate about southern China’s rich marine (and terrestrial) environments. This blog is a collection of facts, news and articles about Hong Kong's diverse marine environment.

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