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Urotrygon cimar, a new eastern Pacific stingray



Urotrygon cimar, a new eastern Pacific stingray



Revista de Biologia Tropical 46(Suppl. 6): 271-277



A new species of Urotrygon is described from the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Urotrygon cimar is a large species reaching at least 382 mm total length and is recognized by its dense dorsal covering of pungent denticles and dark spotted coloration. It is found in tide pools and to a depth of 85 m and is usually collected in waters shallower than 10 m.

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