<p><span class="taxon"><em>Taeniura lymma</em></span>, commonly known as blue-spotted stingrays, is found primarily in the Indo-west Pacific. They may be found in shallow continental shelf waters ranging from temperate to tropical seas. They prefer areas with sandy or sedimentary substrates in which they bury themselves. Sightings of <span class="taxon"><em>Taeniura lymma</em></span> have been recorded in Australia in shallow tropical marine waters from Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia to Bundaberg, Queensland. They can be found at depths of up to 25 m and have also been recorded to range in location from southern Africa and the Red Sea to the Solomon Islands.<span> (Taylor, 1997)</span></p> <p><strong>Biogeographic Regions: </strong>Australian; Australian :: Native; Indian Ocean; Indian Ocean :: Native; Pacific Ocean; Pacific Ocean :: Native</p>
- Taylor, M. 1997. Sharks & Rays. Sydney, AU: Time-Life Books.