Disc round. Yellowish in color with darker vermiculations or spots dorsally, whitish below.
Tail stout with caudal fin well developed (rounded). No dorsal fin. Venomous spine
located just anterior to the caudal fin.
Commonly found along sandy beaches to the water's edge, and especially in sandy areas
in and around coral reefs. Found to depths of ~80 feet.
Benthic feeder. Feeds mainly on bivalves and marine worms and also takes shrimp,
crabs, and small fishes.
Aplacental viviparity. Three to four pups per litter.
Wingspan up to 14 inches.
Non-aggressive species of little danger to humans with the exception of their defensive
venomous barb located near the base of the tail. Avoid handling or exercise extreme
caution. Do the "Stingray shuffle".