Photos about flounders (Achiropsettidae, Pleuronectidae, Paralichthyidae, and Bothidae); including larvae and juveniles: Peacock flounder (Bothus mancus) juvenile on a blackwater dive in the Solomon Islands. Note both eyes are on the same side of the body - hence the fish is considered a juvenile, despite still being pelagic. Solomon Islands.Flounder larva infected with parasitic isopod. Papua New Guinea.Flatfish larva - 34.2 mm TL. Papua New Guinea.Cultured flounder larva; 29 dph - 7.1 mm. Hawaii.Peacock flounder (Bothus mancus) larva on a blackwater dive in the Solomon Islands. Note that the right eye still needs to migrate to the left side before the fish is considered a juvenile. Solomon Islands.