Ticon cownose ray

Males tend to range in size from 78 to 91 cm disc width with a brown back and white or light yellow belly.

The Ticon cownose ray lives in the demersal, marine environment.

The Ticon cownose ray is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.

called the Ticon cownose ray, is a species of fish in the Rhinopteridae family. It is an endangered species, endemic to the coasts of Brazil. Its natural habitats are shallow seas, estuarine waters, and intertidal flats. More

this is the ticon cownose ray (Rhinoptera brasiliensis), which so closely resembles R. bonasus in both appearance and bodily proportions, that they can only be differentiated by their number of teeth. More

Common names

Arraia-ticonha in Portuguese (Português)
Braziliaanse koeneusrog in Dutch (Nederlands)
Braziliaanse koeneusrog in Unknown
Brazilian cow-nose ray in English
Brazilian cow-nosed ray in English
Brazilian cownose ray in English
Gavilán ticón in Spanish (español)
Mourine ticon in French (français)
Ticon cownose ray in English
Ticonha in Portuguese (Português)
巴西牛鼻鱝 in Mandarin Chinese
巴西牛鼻鱝 in Unknown
巴西牛鼻鲼 in Mandarin Chinese
巴西牛鼻鲼 in Unknown

Order : Rajiformes
Family : Myliobatidae
Genus : Rhinoptera
Species : Rhinoptera brasiliensis
Authority : M