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adults anal fins anal rays Bahamas bars bays Bermuda black spot blenny blotches blue Brazil brown Bull Caribbean Caribbean to Brazil catfish caudal fin caudal peduncle coast color common cusk-eel dark spot dorsal and anal dorsal fin dorsal rays Dorsal spines elongate fathoms feet filefish fish Fisheries Florida flounder flyingfish genus gill opening gill rakers goby grouper Gulf of Mexico inches inshore juveniles killifish lateral line lateral line scales Linnaeus lobe Louisiana lower jaw lower limb margin mullet North Carolina northern Gulf northwestern Gulf occur ocular side offshore reefs parrotfish pectoral fin pectoral rays pelvic fins percent of standard pipefish Poey porgy posterior preopercle rarely searobin second dorsal shark shelf sides of body snapper snout soft dorsal southern species specimens spinous dorsal standard length stripes tail teeth Texas tropical upper jaw usually ventral fins vertical western Atlantic yellow