Seriola dumerili (SEFSC Pascagoula Laboratory; Collection of Brandi Noble, NOAA/NMFS/SEFS)
The Greater amberjack (Seriola dumerili) is a jack of the genus Seriola. It is found in the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean and the Indian coasts, living usually between 20 and 70 m of depth (with a maximum of 360 m). It is the largest genus in the Carangidae family, with a maximum length of 200 cm.
It is a fast swimming pelagic fish with similar habits to the kingfish. They are silver-blue with a golden side line, with a brown band crossing over the eye area.
The Greater amberjack is a powerful hunter which feeds on other fish and invertebrates.
The Greater Amberjack is prized by sports fisherman because it is a very powerful fish & can be quite large, even as much as 70 kg. The Greater Amberjack is an excellent eating fish.
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