Yellow jack

The yellow jack is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly called jacks and trevallies.

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The Yellow jack lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 0 - 50 m environment.

The yellow jack, Carangoides bartholomaei (also known as coolihoo), is a is a species of offshore marine fish in the jack family, Carangidae. More

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Yellow jack are of minor economic importance, taken by both hook and net methods, and are considered to be fair table fish. They are often caught by boat anglers, although are overlooked for their larger relatives. More

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The yellow jack can be distinguished from closely related species the length of the jaw, as well as counts of the rays in the fins. More

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Common names

atún in Spanish (español)
Bok' abou in Papiamento
Bok'abou in Papiamento
Carangoides bartholomaei in Catalan (Català)
Carangue gras in French (français)
Carangue grasse in French (français)
Carangue jaune in French (français)
Cibí amarillo in Spanish (español)
Coginoa in Spanish (español)
Cojinoa amarilla in Spanish (español)
Cojinoa tumana in Spanish (español)
Cojinúa amarilla in Spanish (español)
cojinuda amarilla in Spanish (español)
Conjinua amarilla in Spanish (español)
Coolihoo in English
Crevalle in English
Garajuba in Portuguese (Português)
Green jack in English
Guarajuba in Portuguese (Português)
Guaymen in Spanish (español)
Guaymen amarillo in Spanish (español)
Gul trevalle in Danish (dansk)
Jack in English
Jack fish in English
Jurelete in Spanish (español)
Veiyu in Wayuu
Xarelete-azul in Portuguese (Português)
Xaréu in Portuguese (Português)
Xerelete-amarelo in Portuguese (Português)
yellow jack in English
Yellowjack in English
巴托洛若鰺 in Mandarin Chinese
巴托洛若鲹 in Mandarin Chinese
黃鰺 in Mandarin Chinese
黄鲹 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Carangidae
Genus : Carangoides
Species : Carangoides bartholomaei
Authority : Cuvier, 1833