Threadfin jack

The threadfin jack is classified within the genus Carangoides, one of a number of groups of fish referred to as jacks and trevallies.

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The Threadfin jack lives in the benthopelagic, oceanodromous, marine, depth range 60 - 100 m environment.

The threadfin jack is of importance to fisheries throughout its distribution, caught by hook and net methods and marketed fresh and salted, and is considered a very good table fish. More

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Threadfin Jack - Caranx otrynter are one of the rarer Jacks. They can be identified by their anal and dorsal fins which both form long threads, unique head profile. Like most Jacks the Threadfin Jack is silver to silver-gray in color. More

Threadfin jack; Yellowfin jack; Jack mackerel; Bluntnose jack; Blackfin jack; Bigeye jack; Yellow jack; Whitemouth jack; Green jack; Almaco jack; Whitetongue jack; Cottonmouth jack; Black jack; Crevalle jack; Island jack; Jack-knifefish; Jack rabbit; Bar jack; Jack snipe; Jack russell; Australian threadfin; More

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* Carangoides otrynter - Threadfin Jack, Threadfin jack * Carangoides plagiotaenia - Barcheek Trevally * Carangoides praeustus - Brownback Trevally * Carangoides ruber - Bar Jack * Carangoides talamparoides - Imposter Trevally More

The Threadfin Jack (Kagami Ulua or Alectis indica) is a cousin of the Omilu shown above. However, when small, the Threadfin Jack has stunningly graceful, streaming dorsal, pectoral and ventral fins and is one of the most beautiful of the larger Hawaiian carnivores. More

Common names

Carangue camisète in French (français)
Cocinero in sp
Cocinero in Spanish (español)
Cocinero chicuaca in Spanish (español)
Cojinoba in Spanish (español)
Cojinova in Spanish (español)
Jack in English
Jurel in sp
jurel chicuaca in Spanish (español)
Jurel de hebra in Spanish (español)
palometa in sp
pampano in English
Pámpano in sp
Pámpano in Spanish (español)
Pompano in English
Threadfin jack in English
Trådfinnet trevalle in Danish (dansk)
激若鰺 in Mandarin Chinese
激若鲹 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Carangidae
Genus : Carangoides
Species : Carangoides otrynter
Authority : Jordan & Gilbert, 1883