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Undulate Ray

The leading edge of the body disk is undulating in shape. The back, except for the rear quarters iscovered with small prickles with a dense patch on the snout region.

The dorsal fins are quite far apart, normally with two dorsal spines between them. Median spines are scattered in adults, regular on young.

The males have one lateral row each side, where as the females have two.

Colour: back, yellowish brown with whitish spots and long wavy dark brown bands edged with light spots. Underside: white except for greyish area near the tip of the tail.


Like mainly sandy bottoms in the 10m to 30m range but occasionally down to as much as 200m.

A fish eater, especially flatfish, gobbies and the like, along with various crustaceans, and squid.

Photo Information for Undulate Ray

Taken with Panasonic DMC-TZ5

  • 9.3 mm
  • 10/13000
  • f f/4.3
  • ISO 100
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