The Orangemouth lizardfish (Saurida flamma) is a species of lizardfish that lives mainly in the Eastern Central Pacific.
The Saurida falmma is known to be found in a marine environment within a reef-associated area. They are found in a benthic depth range of 5-30 meters within a tropical climate. This species is considered not to be a migratory species. The maximum recorded length of the Saurida Falmma as an unsexed male is about 30.5 centimeters or about 12 inches. The diet of the Saurida falmma includes small fishes. This species is native to the areas of Eastern Central Pacific, Hawaii, or Polynesia.  They are recorded to be bottom-dwellers that have large appetites.  This species serves as no threat or harm to humans.  This species is not available or recommended to keep in an aquarium or through the use of commerce. 
The taxonomic classification of the Saurida flamma is as follows:
- Kingdom : Animalia
- Phylum : Chordata
- Subphylum : Vertebrata
- Superclass : Gnathostomata
- Order : Aulopiformes
- Family : Synodontidae
- Genus : Saurida
- Species : Saurida flamma
The common names from different languages of the Saurida flamma include the following:
- Hawaiian : 'Ulae
- English : Orangemouth lizardfish
- English : orangemouth saury
- English : Redmouth lizardfish
- Mandarin Chinese : 焰蛇鯔
- Mandarin Chinese : 焰蛇鲻 
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