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Round Stingray (Urolophus halleri)


Chordata > Pisces > Elasmobranchii > Selachii > Batoidea > Rajiformes > Urolophidae


A demersal species that may be found in shallow bays, typically to depths of around 15m (1). Note the spherical disc which is distinct among all California rays and skates, and the lack of a dorsal fin, which distinguishes it from the Electric Ray. Panama to Northern California (3) Common off Southern California Marine.

View Sightings (1 total, most recently on 04/06/2015)

References:
1. FishBase - Urolophus halleri
2. WoRMS - Urolophus halleri
3. Guide to the Coastal Marine Fishes of California (Miller and Lea, 1972)
4. Channel Islands National Park Fish Species List



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