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straight line from dorsal fin to tip of jaws; jaws large, oblique; lower jaw prominent
; jaws and roof of mouth adapted for expelling under force drops of water fired
from surface of water at insects on overhanging tropical vegetation in mangrove ...
Suborder Blennioidei Fairly large suborder composed of 2 groups, the tropical
blennies, some of which are percoid-like, and the northern blennies. The
northern blennies are eel-like fishes, but the appearance of their faces and the
aspects of ...
Table 5: Representative Poisonous Plants name and distribution toxic principle
toxic effects and comments Plants poisonous to eat Rosary pea, or jequirity bean
(Abrus precatorius); tropical regions Aconite, or monkshood (Aconitum napellus);
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