Ctenoidei

Cte·noid'e·i noun plural [ New Latin , from Greek ........., ............, comb + -oid .] (Zoology) A group of fishes, established by Agassiz, characterized by having scales with a pectinated margin, as in the perch. The group is now generally regarded as artificial.
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Ctenoidei

• (n. pl.) A group of fishes, established by Agassiz, characterized by having scales with a pectinated margin, as in the perch. The group is now generally regarded as artificial.
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