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North Queensland Naturalist
North Queensland Naturalist 48 (2018): 54-56
Even a few mangroves make a difference: observations of juvenile Mangrove Whiptail Rays (Urogymnus granulatus) in Geoffrey Bay, Magnetic Island
Alastair B. Freeman, Tessa E.G. Freeman and Amanda N.D. Freeman
Inshore habitats are well known to be important to the ecology of a range of stingray species. Here we report the use of a very small area of mangroves by juvenile Mangrove Whiptail Rays (Urogymnus granulatus) as high tide refugia on Magnetic Island, North Queensland.
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