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Figure 34. Holocentrus rufus, 153.2 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 35. Myripristis jacobus, 114.7 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Scorpaenidae—scorpionfishes

Scorpaena albifimbria Evermann & Marsh, 1900coral scorpionfish; USNM, I; Figure 40

Scorpaena bergii Evermann & Marsh, 1900goosehead scorpionfish; USNM, I

Scorpaena grandicornis Cuvier, 1829plumed scorpionfish; USNM, I; Figure 41

Scorpaena inermis Cuvier, 1829 mushroom scorpionfish; USNM, I, T; Figures 42, 43

Two color morphs were collected at Saba Bank, a red morph (Figure 42) and a yellow morph (Figure 43).

Scorpaena plumieri Bloch, 1789spotted scorpionfish; USNM, I

Figure 36. Neoniphon marianus, 98.2 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 37. Plectrypops retrospinis, 71.5 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Figure 38. Sargocentron coruscum, juvenile, 31.1 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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Scorpaenodes caribbaeus Meek & Hildebrand, 1928reef scorpionfish; USNM, I; Figure 44

Triglidae—searobins

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

Bellator egretta (Goode & Bean, 1896)streamer searobin; USNM, T

Bellator militaris (Goode & Bean, 1896)horned searobin; UF, T

Figure 39. Sargocentron coruscum, 81.7 mm SL, photo by JT Williams.
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