Cynoglossidae (tonguefish, tongue-sole; subclass Actinopterygii, order Pleuronectiformes) A small family of marine, warm-water, left-eyed flatfish whose dorsal and anal fins are continuous with the pointed tail fin. Most species do not exceed 20 cm in length, but some are of commercial importance. There are about 85 species, found in tropical and subtropical waters.
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