Round stingray

The round fantail stingray or round stingray, Taeniura grabata, is a poorly known species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.

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The Round stingray lives in the demersal, marine, depth range 10 - 300 m environment.

Round stingray at the Frijoles dive site in Coiba National Park, Panama Conservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3. More

Cooper originally described the round stingray in 1863 as Urolophus halleri. This name was changed that same year to the currently valid Urobatis halleri (Cooper, 1863). The genus name Urobatis is derived from the Greek "oura" meaning tail and "batis" meaning a ray. More

Round stingray at El Diente (name of dive site), Las Islas Catalinas, Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. Round stingray Terminal phase male round stingray from Mulege, Baja, Mexico. Note blue eyes. More

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round stingray mating is pretty exciting so I'll reveal their rather interesting bedroom secrets. Round stingrays are sexually mature at about 10" in length (about three years old). More

View all available Round Stingray Pictures in the Shark Pictures Database Common Names: Round stingray, Round fantail stingray, Round fantail ray. Latin Name: Taeniura grabata. More

The round stingray, Urolophus halleri, is also known as the California stingray. This species occurs from Humboldt Bay in Northern California, the Gulf of California and all the way down to Central America. More

The Round Stingray is also known as the California Stingray. It is a bottom dwelling fish, with a brown body and yellow spots. The tail spine is venomous, but is only used for protection. More

Round stingrays can be found from Northern California to Panama. These fish are not aggressive and will swim away if given half a chance. More

Description: The disk of the round stingray is nearly circular. The back of this species is brown, often mottled or spotted, and the underside is white to orange. The round stingray is one of six rays found in California waters which have a stinger on the tail. More

The California Stingray or Round Stingray, have two plates in their mouth which are used for crushing the shells of crabs, prawns, and molluscs. More

The round stingray is probably the most numerous of the rays in its distribution area and is the most likely to be involved with stingray injuries to waders and swimmers. More

The round stingray is found in the eastern Pacific Ocean from Eureka in northern California (U.S.) south to Panama Bay, Panama. It is most abundant south of Point Conception, California. More

Description: The Round Stingray is 24 inches. It has two plates on its mouth that are used to crush through shells of its prey. The back of this stingray is brown and often mottled or spotted and the underside is white to orange. More

Common names

Basternâk Afriqyeh in Arabic (‫العربية)
Chucho negro in Spanish (español)
Chupare redondo in Spanish (español)
Pastenague africaine in French (français)
Pastenague ronde in French (français)
Pastinaca redonda in Spanish (español)
Patelnica in Polish (polski)
Ratão in Portuguese (Português)
Ronde waaierstaartpijlstaartrog in Dutch (Nederlands)
Round fantail stingray in English
Round stingray in English
Tenioura in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Tenioura in Greek, Modern (1453)
Tirpana baligi in Turkish (Türkçe)
Tırpana balığı in Turkish (Türkçe)
Trigone africano in Italian (Italiano)
Trnucha okrouhlá in Czech (česky)
Uge in Portuguese (Português)
Ταινίουρα in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Ταινίουρα in Greek, Modern (1453)
圆条尾魟 in Mandarin Chinese
圓條尾魟 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Rajiformes
Family : Dasyatidae
Genus : Taeniura
Species : Taeniura grabata
Authority : Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1817