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Greater amberjack

Morphology: It has an elongated – lateral – wide body, with a large head and a “clipped” tail. It has a variety of colours, depending on the size, with the adults being silver-coloured on the front and olivaceous on the back – with sides that vary from whitish to golden shades. The first dorsal fin consists of seven rays, while the second is unusually large, and the fins overall, have a yellowish-oily colour. It has small teeth.

Physical presence: Global. Common species in the Mediterranean Sea.

Note: Greater amberjack is at an experimental stage of production

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