from The Century Dictionary.
- A family of spiny-finned fishes, referred by Günther to his Acanthopterygii cottoscombriformes, having one dorsal with several spongy spines anteriorly, one or more bony spines on each side of the tail, and the teeth compressed, truncate or lobate, and closely set in a single series.
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