cleithral


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cleithral

(ˈklaɪθrəl)
adj
(Architecture) (of Greek temples) covered with a roof
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Dorsal fins narrowly separated; origin of first dorsal fin above tip of cleithral spine; predorsal length 2.5 (2.35-2.6) in SL; first dorsal spine longest, 4.25 (4.35-5.05) in head length; margin of second dorsal fin posterior to third ray straight; third dorsal soft ray longest, 2.2 (2.1-2.3) in head length; twelfth anal soft ray longest, 2.5 (2.55-2.65) in head length; caudal fin slightly rounded, 3.3 (3.2-3.4) in SL; posterior margin of pectoral fins strongly angular, the seventh or eighth pectoral ray longest, reaching posterior to a vertical at base of third anal ray, 3.5 (3.25-3.5) in SL; dorsal margin of pectoral fin straight; fifth pelvic ray longest, 1.95 (1.85-2.1) in head length.
based on the presence of pigment on the cleithral symphysis, standard tail pigment, and broad-based, long and curved spinelets (Marancik et al., 2010).
anteromedial tip of mandible at tooth row; 3, anterior most point on urohyal at midline; 4, anteromedial margin of cleithrum; 5, lateral tip of maxilla; 6, ventrolateral process of mandible (anguloarticular bone) for insertion of mandibulohyoid ligament; 7, dorsolateral process of anterohyal for insertion of mandibulohyoid ligament; 8, tip of posterior cleithral process.
Small melanophores are present along the ventral midline of the gut; one melanophore on the isthmus immediately anterior to the cleithral symphysis, usually three (range: 2-4) melanophores between the cleithral symphysis and pelvic-fin base, and usually three (range: 1-4) melanophores between the pelvic-fin base and the anus.