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From: The body is oval and compressed, with one pair of nostrils. The margin of the preopercle is serrated the margin of bone under the eyes is serrated, without a notch in it and the bone before it. The mouth is small and protrusible with teeth in a single row, long and close-set. About 11 (10-12) lower gill rakers are present. They have a single continuous dorsal fin, and no projecting short spines at upper and lower base of tail fin. The caudal fin is bluntly forked. The scales are moderately large and rough the body is scaled, and the head is largely scaled (the snout is scaled to the nostrils), as are the basal parts of the median fins. The lateral line has 20 scales (rarely 19). It is incomplete and ends under the end of the dorsal fin base. They grow up to 17 cm in length. Learn more about Southern Whitetail Major

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Animalia: Chordata: Perciformes: Actinopterygii: Pomacentridae: Stegastes beebei

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