On Two neio Fishes from the Coast of Sind. 133 each mandibular ramus, sending up a process to meet the prjeocular labial spot ; the brown is yjrolonged as a median stripe along the throat ; lower parts cream-colour. Total length 375 millim. ; tail 75. A single female specimen from tlie Goolis Mountains. XX. — Descriptions of Two new Fishes from the Coast of Sind. By G. A. BoulengerJ F.R.S. The fishes here described were found among a collection made at Kurrachee by Mr. F. W. Townsend, and presented by him to the British Museum. Epinephelus Townsendi. Teeth in rather broad bands, in three series on tlie sides of the mandible ; canines small. Depth of body equal to length of head, 2| 1o 3 times in total length. Snout rather pointed, as long as diameter of eye, which is 4^ to 5 times in length of head ; interorbital width 6 to 7 times in length of head ; lower jaw strongly projecting ; maxillary extending to below posterior border of eye or a little beyond, the width of its distal extremity | to | diameter of eye; prteopercular border rounded, finely serrated behind, the serrse slightly en-larged towards the angle ; opercular spines equidistant, lower further back than upper; opercular flap pointed, upper border feebly curved ; head covered with cycloid scales, maxillary naked. Gill-rakers moderate, 16 or 17 on lower part of ante-rior arch. Dorsal XI 16—17, originating above base of pectoral ; spines increasing in length to the third or fourth, which is J length of head and not, or but slightly, longer than the last, and a little shorter than longest soft rays. Pectoral ^ length of head. Ventral shorter, not reaching vent. Anal spines strong, second and third equal, nearly ^ length of head. Caudal rounded. Scales strongly ciliated, 95-110 lEg; 1. 1. 67-76. Olive-brown above, whitish beneath ; one or two more or less distinct dark streaks on the cheek and gill-cover ; dorsal, anal, and caudal edged with blackish. Total length 250 millim. Four specimens. This species is nearest allied to E. mei-ra, Bl.