Priacanthidae (big-eye, bullseye; subclass Actinopterygii, order Perciformes) A small family of deep-bodied marine fish that have very large eyes, an oblique mouth, and heavily spined fins. They tend to have a red colour and to become active at night. There are about 18 species, distributed world-wide.
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