Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A family of acanthopterygian fishes, whose typical genus is Trigla: used with widely varying limits. It has included all the mail-cheeked fishes, being gradually restricted, and is now by some authors limited to the gurnards and closely related forms, having a parallelepiped head, entirely mailed cheeks, and three free pectoral rays. See
Trigloidea, and cut under Trigla.
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