Lampridiformes

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Lampridiformes

[‚lam·prid·ə′fōr‚mēz]
(vertebrate zoology)
An order of teleost fishes characterized by a compressed, often ribbonlike body, fins composed of soft rays, a ductless swim bladder, and protractile maxillae among other distinguishing features.
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