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- Line Untangling
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- Fishing interest: Saltwater Inshore, offshore, jetty, handnet
Landed a medium-sized specimen of this whipray yesterday afternoon. Can anyone confirm if this is Himantura uarnak? Or is it a small Leopard?
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Always something bigger out there
- Site Editor
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- Location: Singapore
That's a nice catch. I think it's still a young ray, it will grow out of its roundish shape as it grows bigger and its pattern will be be more apparent whether its reticulated or honeycomb. I personally think it's a honeycomb whipray.