from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A subfamily of Serranidæ, typified by the genus Labrax, having 2 dorsal fins, the first with 9 spines, and a short anal with 3 spines. It includes the common bass of Europe, the striped-bass of North America, and related species. See cut under Labrax.
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