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A second example of Xystreurys liolepis, taken at Santa Barbara, is sinistral. The species is, therefore, like Faraliclitliys maculosus and Flatk'hthys stellatus, both dextral and sinistral. In the second example the small accessory scales are extremely numerous. Two more examples of the species, noticed by us as PlatysomatlcJithys sfomiasj have been obtained in trawl-nets from near the Farallones. This species is apparently not congeneric with Flatysomatichthys hippoglossoides, differing indoi:10.5479/si.00963801.3-118.51 fatcat:g2oma4ldtvg33gqkxlf7gr32wi