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The trumpetfish, Aulostomus maculatus, is a long-bodied fish with an upturned mouth; it often swims vertically while trying to blend with vertical coral, such as ...

Trumpetfishes, Aulostomus maculatus ~ MarineBio.org

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Find out what's known about Trumpetfishes, Aulostomus maculatus, Actinopterygii, Syngnathiformes, Aulostomidae, including their world range and habitats, ...

Aulostomus maculatus :: Florida Museum of Natural History

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Aulostomus maculatus | Trumpetfish. ... English language common names include trumpetfish, Atlantic trumpetfish, Caribbean trumpetfish, fifer, and trumpet fish.

Atlantic Trumpetfish | Oceana

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The Atlantic Trumpetfish uses its large snout and triangle-shaped head to create a large amount of suction that is concentrated at the mouth (much like a straw), ...

trumpetfish | fish | Britannica.com

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May 21, 2015 ... Trumpetfishes have elongated bodies and stiff tubelike snouts ending in small jaws. The upper jaw lacks teeth; however, the lower jaw and ...

Waikīkī Aquarium » Trumpetfish

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The trumpetfish is a solitary, stalking predator. Using stealth, it gains a position close to its prey and, attacking with a short darting movement, sucks up the ...

Trumpetfish | Define Trumpetfish at Dictionary.com

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Trumpetfish definition, any of several fishes of the family Aulostomidae, having a long, tubular snout, as the slender, brown-flecked Aulostomus maculatus, ...

Trumpetfish - Answers in Genesis

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Sep 23, 2011 ... The trumpetfish is a sneaky predator. It will sometimes swim slowly and sneak up on its prey, or it may act like a floating stick. This predatory ...

Aulostomus maculatus, Trumpetfish : fisheries, aquarium - FishBase

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Commonly found in weedy areas and especially around reefs, where they usually swim snout-down among sea whips (gorgonians). A solitary ambusher of  ...

The Trumpetfish - Whats That Fish!

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The Trumpetfish is found in the Western Atlantic & Caribbean region growing up to 80cm in length. Found singly on the bottom of reefs sometimes in rocky areas,  ...

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trum·pet·fish
[truhm-pit-fish]
NOUN [PLURAL, (ESPECIALLY COLLECTIVELY) TRUM·PET·FISH, (ESPECIALLY REFERRING TO TWO OR MORE KINDS OR SPECIES) TRUM·PET·FISH·ES.]
1.
any of several fishes of the family Aulostomidae, having a long, tubular snout, as the slender, brown-flecked Aulostomus maculatus, inhabiting waters on both sides of the tropical Atlantic Ocean, having the habit of orienting vertically in the water and capturing its prey from that position.
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