a few of them don’t have that white belly with black spots, they’re the reverse of that. still manta ray?

UserCamera: Olympus SP-350
Location: Bali
Strobe: Sea & Sea YS-110
Taxonomy: Fish
EXIFCamera make: OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
Camera model: SP350
Date: 22 April 2007
Time: 10:41:52
Exposure Time: 1/125
Aperture: f/4.5
Exposure Bias: 0.00
ISO: 100
Focal Length: 10 mm
Exposure Program: Shutter priority
Exposure Mode: Auto exposure
Metering Mode: Center Weighted Average
Light Source: unknown
White Balance: Auto white balance
Software: Version 1.3
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3 Responses to “dark belly manta?”

  1. Ivan Choong says:

    Sorry I can’t identify this one as it’s too far away and on the same horizontal view.

    However, I can tell you that this seems to be a female. Whether it is black or white underside, they are still manta rays. The only way you can distinguish Mantas from Devil rays are from the location of it’s mouth.

    Mantas have their mouths in front while Devil rays have them slightly below.

  2. Mia Aristanti says:

    how do you know if a manta is male or female?

  3. Ivan Choong says:

    by looking at their private part… :-)

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