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Haller's Round Ray Video Stock Footage

The round stingray has a nearly round pectoral fin disc usually colored brown or grayish brown above, with pale yellow spots or reticulations. Some individuals are plain or black. The underside is white to yellowish. The tail is short and stout, with a long, thick, serrated stinging spine. The teeth are small and diamond-shaped, and sexually dimorphic in that the central teeth of males are erect, sharply pointed, and curved inward. They attain a maximum pectoral fin disc width of 25 cm in males and 31 cm in females. Learn more about Haller's Round Ray


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Animalia: Chordata: Rajiformes: Elasmobranchii: Urolophidae: Urolophus halleri

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