A Reticulate Whipray, Himantura uarnak, at a depth of 8 m, Rufus King wreck, South Passage, bar off North Stradbroke Island, Moreton Bay, Queensland, 16 May 2010.
It was initially thought that the fish was a Backspotted Whipray, Himantura astra. It now appears more likely that it is an unusually coloured Reticulate Whipray.
Last Updated: 14 July 2012
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