|Family||Scientific Name||Author||Year||Common Name|
|Kyphosidae||Kyphosus sectatrix||(Linnaeus)||1758||Bermuda Chub|
Unique Characters: Dorsal fin usually with 12 (rarely 11 or 13) soft rays. Anal fin usually with 11 (rarely with 10 or 12) soft rays. 16-19 (rarely 19) gill rakers in lower lobe of first gill arch. Head profile in front of and above eye typically with a distinct bump.
Similar Species: Yellow Chub Kyphosus incisor. Dorsal fin usually with 14 (less frequently with 13 or 15) soft rays. Anal fin with 12 or 13 soft rays. Lower limb of first gill arch with 19-22 gill rakers. Head profile in front of eye typically gently convex.