adipose fin

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adipose fin

n.
A fleshy rayless fin located on the back of a fish between the dorsal fin and the caudal fin, found in certain fishes such as salmon, trout, and catfishes.

adipose fin

n
(Zoology) a posterior dorsal fin occurring in some fish, such as those of the salmon and catfish families
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