stingaree


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sting·a·ree

 (stĭng′ə-rē′)
n.

[Alteration of stingray.]

stingaree

(ˈstɪŋəˌriː; ˌstɪŋəˈriː)
n
(Animals) US and Canadian and Austral a popular name for stingray
[C19: variant of stingray]
Translations

stingaree

n (US, Austral) → Stachelrochen m
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It appears that Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary is something of an elasmobranch haven, with at least six species of ray having been sighted within the boundaries of the sanctuary, including the Southern Fiddler Ray Trygonorrhina dumerilii, which is extremely common during the summer months in particular, and the eastern shovelnose stingaree Trygonoptera imitata, and Sparsely Spotted Stingaree Urolophus paucimaculatus, which can also be found in considerable numbers in the sanctuary.
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Indeed, the four small species of stingaree (Urolophidae) caught by trawling contributed as much as two-thirds to the total trawl catch of elasmobranchs and were so abundant in samples collected during an extensive trawling study along the lower west coast of Australia that they collectively contributed 17.
A highlight in Ram Ramirez career came in 1934 when at 21 he literally substituted for Duke Ellington when one of the latter's small groups, led by Rex Stewart, recorded Stingaree and Baby Aintcha Satisfied.
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A highlight in Ram Ramirez's career carne at the age of 21, in 1934 when he literally substituted for Duke Ellington in a small group led by Rex Stewart, with whom he recorded Stingaree and Baby Ain'tcha Satisfied.
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