Soft-finned



adjective, Ichthyology.
1.
having fins supported by articulated rays rather than by spines, as a malacopterygian.
adjective
1.
(of certain teleost fishes) having fins that are supported by flexible cartilaginous rays See also malacopterygian Compare spiny-finned

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