This Special Pet Fish Talk Show features a discussion by the Bailey
Brothers, Tom and Nevin,
about Freshwater Stingrays.
Freshwater Spotted Sting Ray. The under side of this Stingray is white, and its backside is brown with orange spots
that are each ringed with darker brown.
Here is another view
of a Fresh Water Spotted Sting Ray that's finding a good spot to settle on the bottom.
This Freshwater Sting Ray
is searching for bits of food on the bottom of the aquarium.
to hear "Freshwater Stingrays", which is about 45-minutes long.
Scientific names and classification.
2. Natural range and localities.
3. Sizes - How big do they get?
4. Their natural habitats.
5. Collection of specimens.
6. How to buy a Freshwater Stingray.
7. Recommended aquarium water conditions.
8. Appropriate aquarium size and equipment.
9. Freshwater Stingrays have spiracles.
10. Stinging and avoid getting stung !!
11. Stingray behavior.
12. Acclimating Stingrays.
13. Food and Feeding.
14. Breeding Stingrays?
15. Diseases and Treatments.
16. Are they primitive? Well adapted?
to go a page in AquariumFish.net with more details about Freshwater Stingrays.
Here's a rear end
view of a Spotted Sting Ray, where you can see its back covered with orange spots that are ringed in brown. Spotted Sting Rays are livebearers.
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