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Figure 99. Chaetodon capistratus, 99.4 mm SL; when younger, the specimen was apparently injured in the region of the fourth dorsal-fin spine (missing) and the area healed leaving a gap in the fin; photo by JT Williams.
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Stegastes adustus (Troschel, 1865) dusky damselfish; O

Stegastes leucostictus (Müller & Troschel, 1848) beaugregory; O

Stegastes partitus (Poey, 1868)bicolor damselfish; USNM, I, O, V; Figures 108, 109

This species has a variable color pattern throughout its range. Two color morphs were found at Saba Bank. Both morphs have a yellow pectoral fin and a reduced yellowish white area covering the caudal peduncle. One morph has a black caudal fin (Figure 108) and the other morph has a pale yellowish caudal fin with a dusky brown area in the middle of the upper and lower lobes (Figure 109).

Stegastes planifrons (Cuvier, 1830)threespot damselfish; USNM, I, O; Figure 110

Figure 100. Chaetodon striatus, 111.3 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 101. Prognathodes aculeatus, 62.9 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 102. Centropyge argi, 33.8 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 103. Holacanthus tricolor, 19.3 mm SL, juvenile color pattern, photo by JT Williams.
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