The Boga is a spindle-shaped fish.

The Bonnetmouth lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 15 - 50 m environment.

The Bonnetmouth, Emmelichthyops atlanticus, is a ocean-going species of fish in the Bonnetmouth family, or Inermiidae. It is also known as the Bogita and the Slender bonnetmouth in the Bahamas and the John moriggle in Jamaica. More

Bonnetmouths are similar to the only other member of its family, the Boga, or Inermia vittata.1 The Bonnetmouth, however, has a more cigar-shaped body than its relative. More

The Bonnetmouths (Inermiidae) are a very small family of fishes in the order Perciformes with only two known species in two genera, the bonnetmouth and the boga. More

Bonnetmouths are midwater fishes occurring at depths of 100-500m. They are common but not abundant enough to be commercially important. More

Common names

Boga in English
Boga in French (français)
Boga in Spanish (español)
bonnetmouth in English
Pisca disconosie in Papiamento
Pisca disconosie in Unknown
Snit in English
紋諧魚 in Mandarin Chinese
紋諧魚 in Unknown
纹谐鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
纹谐鱼 in Unknown

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Inermiidae
Genus : Inermia
Species : Inermia vittata
Authority : Poey, 1860