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Figure 19. Kaupichthys hyoproroides, 79.4 mm TL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 20. Kaupichthys nuchalisi, 61.6 mm TL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 21. Moringua edwardsi, 258 mm TL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 22. Synodus intermedius, 316 mm SL, photo by W Toller.
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Figure 23. Synodus synodus, 42.5 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 24. Brotula barbata, 628 mm TL, photo by W Toller.
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Figure 25. Parophidion schmidti, 69.3 mm TL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 26. Petrotyx sanguineus, 62.2 mm TL, photo by JT Williams.
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Antennariidae—frogfishes

Antennarius pauciradiatus Schultz, 1957 dwarf frogfish; USNM, I; Figures 28, 29

Antennarius multiocellatus (Valenciennes, 1837) longlure frogfish; USNM, I

A single juvenile specimen was collected in 2007. Although adults of this species have a very long first spine, our juvenile specimen has the first dorsal spine about the same length as the second. Böhlke and Chaplin [1] mention this allometric growth pattern in which the first spine is short in young specimens, but increases in length with growth. The juvenile exhibits the typical adult color pattern.

Chaunacidae—sea toads

Chaunax suttkusi Caruso, 1989Suttkus sea toad; USNM, T

Figure 27. Ogilbia sabaji, 27.2 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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