California Stingray

California Stingray

Urobatis halleri


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Care Facts

Care Level: Expert
Temperament: Semi-Aggressive
Diet: Carnivore
Reef Safe: No
Minimum Tank Size: 200 gallons
Max Size: 10 inches
The California Stingray, Urobatis halleri, also known as Haller's Round Ray, is a bottom dwelling ray with a brown body and  yellow spots. It has a poisonous tail and should be treated with extreme care. Generally found in the coastal waters of the Pacific, the California Stingray thrives on benthic invertebrates and is not necessarily reef safe. They will need a tank of at least 180 gallons to provide them enough space and should only be kept by experience aquarists. 

Very lovely. I thought California Stingray and the damsels were fighting, but it looks like they will seek him out and he will seek them. They seem to play in a way the damsels never did with each other. He stays closer to the bottom and doesn't come up to compete for food. I didn't think he was eating but then I realized my cheto was all but gone. Hungry as a herbivore.


Reviewed by: Tim Sprott on Sept. 12, 2021

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