I added an adult female stingray to my tank early last June, a few weeks after hosting my house meeting. I had been keeping an eye out for an adult female to go with my 5+ year old male for some time, so I was ticked to finally find one. I got her from sharkandreef.com, and was sent Delta Cargo from California. Earlier this month I noticed my ray was plumper than she was before but I really thought nothing of it. I check on my tanks every morning before I leave for work and I found this little gem swimming around today. The little ray is around the size of a tuna can, or slightly smaller. I didn't have time to measure, so if she's still around when I get home from work I'll get a weight and measure. I say it that way because I didn't have anything set up to isolate the ray from the adults in the tank that would easily work quick this morning, so you never know what will happen during the coarse of the day. I'll be setting something up after work today. I hope it's still swimming around when I get home. These are born live, and inside the ray they are rolled up like a taco. As for captive breeding accounts, last time I looked (which was probably more than 6 months ago) there wasn't much of anything. Mainly what comes up is a live birth at the Tennessee Aquarium, but that ray was acquired pregnant from the wild. Here's the little ray, note the blurry adult ray in the upper left hand corner of the picture for comparison.