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The male Priacanthus hamrur can reach a maximum length of 45 cm. The body is orange to red or silver, or silver with broad red bands. Often it has a row of about fifteen small dark spots along the lateral line. The fins are red to light pink. The pelvic fins are very large. The dorsal fin has 13 to 15 soft rays. The caudal fin has a concave margin which may be lunate (hence the common name). The eyes are large. The mouth is oblique with a protruding lower jaw. It is a reef-associated species, living in tropical marine waters on outer slopes and in lagoons at depths of 8 to 250 meters.
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