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. Fig and . Arlyza, Himantura uarnak species complex Pictures of specimens analyzed in the present study, with details on sex, disk width (DW), and multiple-locus nuclear genotype [Cluster 1, Cluster 3, or Cluster 4 according to Sampling locations (fish landing sites) and dates were, 2007.

B. Selayar and . Sea, IR 102); SingarajaIR 112); Pemba Island, 2009.

E. C. Taiwan and . Sea, wjc 637); north-west of Weipa, Gulf of Carpentaria, CSIRO H2903.01)., IR 036 (male, 1070 mm DW, cluster 4) IR 037 (female, 1180 mm DW, presumed F1cluster 1 x cluster 3) IR 038 (female, 660 mm DW, 1991.

. S. Fig, (continued) IR 055 (male, 1130 mm DW, cluster 1) IR 056 (female, 1070 mm DW, cluster 1) IR 057 (female, 1360 mm DW

. S. Fig, (continued) IR 064 (female, 1430 mm DW, cluster 4) IR 065 (male, 1090 mm DW, cluster 4) IR 066 (female, 940 mm DW

. S. Fig, (continued) IR 073 (male, 1160 mm DW, cluster 1) IR 074 (female, 1220 mm DW, cluster 4) IR 075 (female, 1300 mm DW

. S. Fig, (continued) IR 082 (female, 1210 mm DW, cluster 1) IR 083 (female, 1020 mm DW, cluster 1) IR 084 (female, 1200 mm DW