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It is supported by three diagnostic morpho-anatomical traits: upper lip recessed under snout, nine soft rays in the second dorsal fin, 11 soft rays in the anal fin (Xia et al. submitted, Fig. 2). This genus would be monotypic, but there is evidence of cryptic species in nominal species on both sides of the American continent, such as Dajaus monticola (Durand et al. 2012a, McMahan et al. 1). This genus occurs on both the Pacific and the Atlantic Coasts of the American continent, from Mexico to Panama, and in the Caribbean Sea (Thomson 1997).
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