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Figure 28. Antennarius pauciradiatus, 24.9 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Ogcocephalidae—batfishes

All of the batfish records from Saba Bank are based on trawl collections with vouchered museum specimens.

Dibranchus atlanticus Peters, 1876Atlantic batfish; UF, T

Halieutichthys aculeatus (Mitchill, 1818)pancake batfish; UF, T

Ogcocephalus pumilus Bradbury, 1980dwarf batfish; USNM, T

Exocoetidae—flyingfishes

Cypselurus comatus (Mitchill, 1815)clearwing flyingfish; USNM

This specimen was probably captured at the surface using a dip net.

Syngnathidae—pipefishes

Anarchopterus tectus (Dawson, 1978) insular pipefish; USNM, I

Bryx randalli (Herald, 1965)ocellated pipefish; USNM, I; Figure 30

Micrognathus crinitus (Jenyns, 1842) banded pipefish; USNM, I; Figures 31, 32

Figure 29. Antennarius pauciradiatus, 24.9 mm SL, close-up of head, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 30. Bryx randalli, 24.3 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 31. Micrognathus crinitus, 102.8 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 32. Micrognathus crinitus, 102.8 mm SL, close-up of head, photo by JT Williams.
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Aulostomidae—trumpetfishes

Aulostomus maculatus Valenciennes, 1837trumpetfish; USNM, I, O, V

Holocentridae—squirrelfishes

Holocentrus adscensionis (Osbeck, 1765)squirrelfish; USNM, I, O, V; Figure 33

Holocentrus rufus (Walbaum, 1792)longspine squirrelfish; USNM, I, O, V; Figure 34

Myripristis jacobus Cuvier, 1829blackbar soldierfish; USNM, I, O; Figure 35

Neoniphon marianus (Cuvier, 1829)longjaw squirrelfish; USNM, I; Figure 36

Plectrypops retrospinis (Guichenot, 1853)cardinal soldierfish; USNM, I; Figure 37

Sargocentron coruscum (Poey, 1860)reef squirrelfish; USNM, I, O; Figures 38, 39

Figure 33. Holocentrus ascensionus, 195.0 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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