Image: Southern Fiddler Ray, Trygonorrhina dumerilii
A Southern Fiddler Ray at a depth of 3 m, Ardrossan Jetty, South Australia, 30 November 2008.
- Phil Mercurio
- © Phil Mercurio
The species can be distinguished from the Eastern Fiddler Ray by the patterns behind the eyes. The Southern Fiddler Ray has three parallel stripes, whereas the Eastern Fiddler Ray has a trianglar shape between the eyes and a diamond shaped pattern behind each eye.
In the past, the name Trygonorrhina guaneria has been used for this species.