The fresh colors of P. boehlkei are presented (Figure 179) for the first time. This very rare species was previously known from only five specimens taken at St. Barthelemey in 1965. The single specimen we collected extends the known distribution of P. boehlkei to Saba Bank. We have named this species the yellowspot goby in reference to the yellow spots on the head and body.
Pycnomma roosevelti Ginsburg, 1939 —Roosevelt's goby; USNM, I; Figure 180
Although P. roosevelti has previously been taken from a several scattered localities around the Caribbean (Isla Providencia, Guadeloupe, Belize and Puerto Rico), there are fewer than 10 specimens known and its fresh colors (Figure 180) have not been published previously.
Risor ruber (Rosén, 1911) —tusked goby; USNM, I; Figure 181
Acanthurus bahianus Castelnau, 1855—ocean surgeon; USNM, I, O, V; Figure 182
Acanthurus chirurgus (Bloch, 1787)—doctorfish; USNM, I, O, V; Figure 183
Acanthurus coeruleus Bloch & Schneider, 1801—blue tang; USNM, I, O, V; Figure 184
Sphyraena barracuda (Walbaum, 1792)—great barracuda; O, V
Acanthocybium solandri (Cuvier, 1832)—wahoo; F
Euthynnus alletteratus (Rafinesque, 1810)—little tunny; USNM; Figure 185