Stingray mantilla ( Potamotrygon sp. ) Potamotrygon sp. the gill opening on the backside) shows up; possibly this inconspicuous detail plays a bigger role in the determination than was previously thought. Offering Potamotrygon sp. "Aparico" (Nazca Ray, Aparico Ray, Rio Tigre Motoro) Potamotrygon Humerosa - "Mosaic" (Mosaic River Stingray, Mosaic Ray) Ulrich Voss 139 views. Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources. This common name is used widely for a number of unidentified species. Mantilla PERU, https://www.aquariumglaser.de/en/fish-archives/potamotrygon-sp-mantilla-ray-en/). We collect anonymous data for statistics and analysis. In case if for whatever reason we can’t get the fishes in the 15 working days your payment will be refunded. [4] Individuals from the Rio Negro and Orinoco basins (which are connected by the Casiquiare canal) are similar to each other and informally known as CD3, but differ from P. motoro elsewhere. Potamotrygon orbignyi BRED and P. sp. It may be a rare colour variation of the Potamotrygon tatianae, which was described in 2011 (this species was usually assigned to P. castexi before it was described and exported from Peru as “Otorongo” or “Tigrillo” ray). motoro. ; and de Carvalho, M.R. The minimum order quantity (MOQ) is 4 fishes. If there are any questions you have then please get in touch before you place an order. In case if for whatever reason we can’t get the fishes in the 15 working days your payment will be refunded. The ocellate river stingray (Potamotrygon motoro), also known as the peacock-eye stingray or black river stingray, is a species of freshwater stingray in the family Potamotrygonidae. Rosa, R.S; M.R. After all, this colour feature is also visible in the drawing of the type specimen from 1855, which, as a dry preparation, hardly shows any colour features. Potamotrygon schroederi var. [2] The taxonomy of the populations in the Río de la Plata Basin was reviewed in 2013, leading to the finding that P. motoro is found virtually throughout (absent from the Paraná Basin upriver from Itaipu Dam), but also that there are two additional members of this species complex: P. amandae (widespread in Río de la Plata Basin) and P. pantanensis (northern Pantanal). Potamotrygon sp. Stingray aparicio ( Potamotrygon ocellata ) Stingray star ( Potamotrygon castexi ) Stingray tigrillo ( Potamotrygon castexi ) Stingray hawaiana ( Potamotrygon castexi ) Stingray flower peru ( Potamotrygon schroederi ) Stingray motoro ( Potamotrygon motoro ) de Carvalho; and C. de Almeida Wanderley (2008). The origin of the name 'Mantilla' came from Richard Ross, who named it after a fish distributor from Florida named Jose Mantilla. Offering Potamotrygon sp. "Mantilla" Michael Böttner. Potamotrygon boesemani (Chondrichthyes: Myliobatiformes: Potamotrygonidae), a new species of Neotropical freshwater stingray from Surinam. It may take up to 15 working days (except holidays and weekends) before this order is shipped. The ocellate river stingray (Potamotrygon motoro), also known as the peacock-eye stingray or black river stingray, is a species of freshwater stingray in the family Potamotrygonidae. Mantilla (Mantilla Stingray). As there are rays of this type in practically the whole of tropical South America east of the Andes, the question now is whether they all represent the same species, or whether they are in fact not just similar-looking but different animals. Three primary types have been identified in the Amazon basin, but each of these include a number of subtypes (two additional main types now are considered a separate species, P. motoro. Loading... Unsubscribe from Michael Böttner? Mantilla PERU 24. Description of two extraordinary new species of freshwater stingrays of the genus, 10.2305/IUCN.UK.2009-2.RLTS.T165303A6002531.en, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ocellate_river_stingray&oldid=947267368, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 25 March 2020, at 09:06. Because of the extreme variability in colour this species, which was already scientifically described in 1855, is difficult to determine. It may take up to 15 working days (except holidays and weekends) before this order is shipped. Except Holidays and Weekends "Itaituba" - P14 (Polka-Dot River Stingray, Spotted River Ray, Galaxy River Ray, Black 'Estrella' Ray) Potamotrygon sp. These include cookies, which are necessary for the control of our commercial business objectives, which are used exclusively for anonymous statistical purposes, for comfort settings or for the presentation of personalised content.