Galaxy P14 Stingray pairs for sale
Galaxy P14 Stingray pairs, Potamotrygon albimaculata sp., also known as Galaxy P14 Hybrid Stingray.
Additionally, they go by the name Potamotrygon Itaituba P14 Galaxy. This particular P14 Hybrid Stingray goes through the most remarkable and dramatic shift of all the freshwater stingray species.
The Royal Galaxy P14 is born with white patterns that mimic spider webs and a light brownish base color. The stingray’s hues and markings are not at all indicative of how it will seem when it is fully grown.
When the stingray is 6 to 7 inches long, it starts to stretch to cover the holes in the spider web and create whitish-looking spots in the middle of each area.
Galaxy P14 Hybrid Stingrays
In other words, the spider’s lines of web gradually get lighter until they disappear. The foundation starts off brownish and then changes to dark brown and finally black. When the stingray reached semi-adulthood, it would already have a nearly totally dark or black base color with visible white patches all over. By this time, the spider-web lines on its disc ought to be almost completely gone.
A stingray’s base color will be nearly entirely dark or black with distinct white patches all over when it reaches semi-adulthood. If not fully gone, the spider-web markings on its disc would have vanished a long time ago.
From this point on, the change is nearly complete, but it will never be, as the Royal Galaxy P14’s spots would keep getting whiter and clearer as the stingray got bigger and bigger every day.
It would have finally changed into one of the most incredible-looking freshwater stingrays, with a black base color and small spots all over its disc, from a lifeless, brownish-looking stingray with spider-web patterning.
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