Blue trevally

The blue trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly known as jacks and trevallies.

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The Blue Trevally is a compressed fish with long curved pectoral fins and a forked tail. The snout is bluntly rounded. The dorsal profile of the head is more convex above than below. More

Image: A Blue Trevally at Osprey Reef - Add comment Add tags A Blue Trevally at Osprey Reef Description A Blue Trevally at a depth of 10 m, Rapid Horn, Osprey Reef, Coral More

The blue trevally is distributed throughout the tropical and subtropical waters of the Indo-Pacific and central Pacific regions, ranging from South Africa in the west to Hawaii in the east. More

trevally, banded trevally, blue trevally, thicklip trevally, bluefin trevally, bigeye trevally, golden trevally, sand trevally, diamond trevally. Distribution - Trevally species are commonly found along the New South Wales Coast. More

My Blue Trevally caught by popper in Sumatra, Indonesia member: WP Fisho View Picture Team Whoary Dory Skipper Steve Smith with a large Bluefin Trevally Caught on A H... More

The Blue Trevally is silvery blue or blue green above and paler below. It has five or six dusky bars on the sides and often faint golden spots on the upper sides. The body is compressed with long curved pectoral fins and a forked tail. More

the blue trevally or omilu (Caranx melampygus), and two species of goatfish More

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Carangidae
Genus : Carangoides
Species : Carangoides ferdau
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