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Lampriformes (Opahs)

Wikipedia Abstract

Lampriformes is an order of ray-finned fish. Members are collectively called lamprids (which is more properly used for the Lampridae) or lampriforms, and unite such open-ocean and partially deep-sea Teleostei as the crestfishes, oarfish, opahs, and ribbonfishes. A synonym for this order is Allotriognathi, while an often-seen, but apparently incorrect, spelling variant is Lampridiformes.
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Family

Lampridae (Opah) (2)
Lophotidae (crestfishes) (4)
Radiicephalidae (Tapertail) (1)
Regalecidae (oarfishes) (3)
Stylephoridae (thread-tail and tube-eye) (1)
Trachipteridae (ribbonfishes) (10)
Veliferidae (sailfin moonfishes) (2)

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