Where is the public key for stash saved? ssh on port 7999

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED when accessing Stash git repo over ssh

Hey guys, I'm trying to avoid getting prompted by the ssh authentication fingerprint message on the initial git clone. To do this I would like to register the public key for my Stash/Bitbucket server on port 7999 **manually** but I can't find it anywhere. I was expecting stash to use the keys provided in /etc/ssh but that doesn't seem to be the case.

Where can I find this key? (ssh -p 7999 user@stash.server.com ) < this key is what I'm looking for and be different from the one of ssh user@stash.server.com

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