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Life Science Identifier (LSID):

urn:lsid:biodiversity.org.au:afd.taxon:83e32aa7-24fe-4112-a922-b28653f44183

LSIDs are persistent, location-independent,resource identifiers for uniquely naming biologically significant resources including species names, concepts, occurrences, genes or proteins, or data objects that encode information about them. To put it simply, LSIDs are a way to identify and locate pieces of biological information on the web.

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http://biocache.ala.org.au/ws/ogc/ows?q=species:Urolophus cruciatus
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Species presence
 Recorded In Australia
 Marine Habitats
Conservation status
IUCNLeast Concern

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    Source: Australian National Fish Collection Images
    Image by: Australian National Fish Collection, CSIRO
    Rights: Australian National Fish Collection, CSIRO, Image enhancement funded by CSIRO/FRDC

Description

The crossback stingaree's pectoral fin disc is slightly wider than long and oval in shape, with the anterior margins nearly straight and converging at a very obtuse angle. The snout is fleshy and blunt, generally not protruding from the disc. The eyes are small and immediately followed by teardrop-shaped spiracles , which have rounded to angular posterior rims. ... source: Wikipedia

Online resources

Australian National Fish Collection Images
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Encyclopedia of Life
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Port Phillip Marine Life
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Reef Life Survey Images
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Wikipedia
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Species Lists

RLS profile v3
Abundance: 1.555
Behaviour: The banded stingaree is by far the most common species found in shallow Tasmanian waters and can occur in very large aggregations in small areas of sandy reef
Common_Name: Banded stingaree;
Depth: 0–160 m
Description: The pattern of dark bands on the disk is distinctive
Distribution: Beachport, SA, to Tathra, NSW, and around Tas.
Frequency: 9.615
Habitat: Sand, reef
IUCN_Threat_status: Least Concern
Invasive: Not known to be invasive
Max_size: 500 mm
Range: 35.791
Threats: Fishing bycatch
South Australian Fish from the AFD
Museums Field Guide apps species profiles – vertebrates
Brief description: Disc almost circular to oval, greyish to yellowish-brown with distinctive dark markings including a dark stripe along the midback and mask-like markings around the eyes; tail with a venomous spine.
Description : Body flattened, disc-like with a short tapering tail, a single prominent serrated spine, a short cauda fin and no dorsal fin. Greyish to yellowish-brown above with a dark median stripe and a pattern of dark bars, stripes and blotches. The dusky background and contrasting, distinctively darker markings on the upper surface of the Banded Stingaree distinguish this species from other stingarees in the area. Maximun total length 50 cm.
Biology : Like most rays, the Banded Stingaree feeds on invertebrates. It is usually inactive during the day, often remaining partially buried.
Habitat: Sandy bottoms in bays and coastal waters, to depth of 160 m.
Native status: Native to Australia
Diet: Carnivore
Dangerous: Venomous spines.
Distribution: South-eastern Australia.
Habitat types: Marine
Depth: Deep (>30m)
Water column: On or near seafloor
Commercial species: False
Author credit: Dianne J. Bray, Dr Martin F. Gomon / Museum Victoria

Names and sources

Accepted name Source
Urolophus cruciatus

Synonyms

Synonyms Source
Raja cruciata Lacépède, 1804 Lacépède, 1804
Published in: Lacépède, B.G.E. 1804. Mémoire sur plusieurs animaux de la Nouvelle-Hollande dont la description n'a pas encore été publiée. Ann. Mus. Natl Hist. Nat. Paris Vol. 4 pp. 184-211 pls 55-58
Urolophus ephippiatus Richardson, 1845 Richardson, 1845
Published in: Richardson, J.. Ichthyology. The Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S. Erebus and Terror under the Command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross, R.N., F.R.S., during the years 1839–43 Vol. 2 pp. 139 pls 1-60 pp. 17-52 pls 7-8 (parts), 11-30

Common Names

Common name Source
Banded Stingaree
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Cross-back Stingaree
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Cross-backed Stingaree
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Crossback Stingaree
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Crossbacked Stingaree
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Working classification

kingdom
ANIMALIA
phylum
CHORDATA
subphylum
VERTEBRATA
suprageneric
GNATHOSTOMATA
suprageneric
PISCES
class
CHONDRICHTHYES
subclass
ELASMOBRANCHII
order
MYLIOBATIFORMES
family
UROLOPHIDAE
genus
Urolophus
species
Urolophus cruciatus  Recorded in Australia

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