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Figure 79. Selar crumenophthalmus, 240 mm SL, photo by W Toller.
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Figure 80. Seriola dumerili, large specimen at top; Seriola rivoliana, two smaller specimens below, photo by W Toller.
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Figure 81. Apsilus dentatus, 234 mm SL, photo by W Toller.
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Lutjanus mahogoni (Cuvier, 1828) mahogany snapper; O

Lutjanus purpureus (Poey, 1866)Caribbean red snapper; USNM, F; Figure 83

Lutjanus synagris (Linnaeus, 1758)lane snapper; USNM, F; Figure 84

Lutjanus vivanus (Cuvier, 1828)silk snapper; USNM, F; Figure 85

Figure 82. Lutjanus buccanella, 249 mm SL, photo by W Toller.
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Figure 83. Lutjanus purpureus, 207 mm SL, photo by W Toller.
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Figure 84. Lutjanus synagris, 208 mm SL, photo by W Toller.
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Figure 85. Lutjanus vivanus, 311 mm SL, photo by W Toller.
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Ocyurus chrysurus (Bloch, 1791)yellowtail snapper; UF, O, V

Pristipomoides aquilonaris (Goode & Bean, 1896)wenchman; USNM, F; Figure 86

Rhomboplites aurorubens (Cuvier, 1829) vermilion snapper; USNM, F; Figure 87

Lobotidae—tripletails

Lobotes surinamensis (Bloch, 1790)Atlantic tripletail; F; Figure 88

Figure 86. Pristipomoides aquilonaris, 263 mm SL, photo by W Toller.
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