frogfish

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Related to frogfishes: Antennariidae
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fish having a frog-like mouth with a lure on the snout

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And some other underwater pedestrians, including the family of handfishes, may belong among frogfishes, Arnold's work suggests.
Arnold's work hints at a genetic--and ovarian --divide between two big evolutionary branches of the expanded company of frogfishes. Females of one group grow sheet-like organs that roll into a pair of tubes--"double-scroll ovaries," they're called.
Evolutionary history of frogfishes (Teleostei: Lophiiformes: Antennariidae): a molecular approach.