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- n. A family of acanthopterygian fishes, typified by the genus Patæcus. They have an oblong body, naked skin, lateral line high up on the sides, head short and with a square or projecting forehead, along dorsal fin, pectorals narrow and very low, and no ventrals. The species are inhabitants of the Australasian seas.
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