- Trygonoptera sp B of Last and Stevens, 1994
- Trygonoptera sp 2 of Kuiter, 1993
A large coastal stingaree with a relatively deep-body, a smooth rhomboidal to subcircular disc, two venomous spines and a long tail fin; no dorsal fin or skin folds along the tail. Upper surface brown to dark brown, sometimes scattered with darker and lighter spots; underside pale with broad darker margins. To 80 cm.
This species is common in Port Phillip and Western Port, Victoria. Females give birth to live young.
On the bottom, in shallow estuaries, to depth of 100 m.
The venomous barbs on the tail can cause a painful injury.
Native to Australia
- DSE Advisory List : Not listed
- EPBC Act 1999 : Not listed
- IUCN Red List : Near Threatened