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| Common names: roundray (English), raya-redonda (Espanol) |
Urotrygon reticulata Miyake & McEachran, 1988
Disc oval-shaped, front-side margins nearly straight; snout pointed, but not forming projection; tail greater than one-half of TL; tail fin robust and of equal height over most of length, its tip rounded; denticles in adults dense on snout and in front of eyes, sparse on back behind eyes and over mid-portion of gut cavity, in two or three rows around inner and outer edges of spiracles, absent from tail; no thorns on body or tail.
Tan with dark brown to blackish vermiculations covering entire upper surface .
Size: largest specimen, 24.1 cm TL (disc width 13 cm).
Habitat: sandy bottom.
Depth: 2-15 m.
Costa Rica to northern Peru.