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Plesiotrygon iwamae

Long-tailed River Stingray

largest record catch captured in a picture and published

category: other methods record
weight: + 15,00 kg ( + 33 lb )
length: ~ 65 cm ( ~ 26 inches )
locality: Amazon River system
year: 2010
3447_Plesiotrygon_iwamae_Long-tailed_River_Stingray0.jpeg
record caught by: unknown, courtesy of: -

"other methods" world record caught in:
Ecuador / capital: Quito / 283,561 sq km

Ecuador

RECORD WEIGHT

category metric english waters country year
other methods 19,50 kg 43 lb 0 oz Amazon River system Ecuador unknown

RECORD LENGTH

category metric english
other methods 65 cm 26 inches

RECORD AGE

category age
no documented record

explanation:

rod & reel:
sport fishing record with rod & reel
other methods:
records by other methods (net, hand line, spear, bow fishing etc.)
rod & reel?:
unclear if the fish was caught with rod & reel
questionable:
records based on anecdotal reports, verification not possible
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