beaked salmon

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Synonyms for beaked salmon

fish of sandy areas of western Pacific and Indian oceans having an angular snout for burrowing into sand

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Interestingly, the genus Gonorynchus, the genus Chanos, and the Kneriidae sensu Grande & Poyato-Ariza (1999), appear in an unresolved trichotomy (Fig.
Chanos: [57:0 [right arrow] 1], [75:1 [right arrow] 0]; Gonorynchus: [6:0 [right arrow] 1], [50:0 [right arrow] 1], [87:0 [right arrow] 1], [95:0 [right arrow] 1], [112:0 [right arrow] 1], [125:0 [right arrow] 1], [139:0 [right arrow] 1], [140:0 [right arrow] 1], [169:0 [right arrow] 1], [177:0 [right arrow] [right arrow] 1], [184:0 [right arrow] 1], [193:1 [right arrow] 0], [197:0 [right arrow] 1], [211:0 [right arrow] [right arrow] 1], [249:0 [right arrow] 1], [269:0 [right arrow] 1]
210) the 'gingival teeth' reported by Monod (1993) in Gonorynchus are non-osseous "fringes on the soft issue of the premaxillae".
Some members of the genera Chanos, Gonorynchus, Phractolaemus, Nematogenys and Catostomus do not have an ossified interhyal (e.g.