Atlantic bumper

Larval Atlantic bumper were captured in June and July only; blue runner in May, June, and July; and round scad in all seasons. Atlantic bumper larvae, concentrated mostly off western Louisiana, were by far the most abundant carangid in 1982 and 1983. More

The Atlantic bumper, Chloroscombrus chrysurus, is a game fish in the family, Carangidae. It was first described by the "father of modern taxonomy", Carolus Linneaus in the book, Systema Naturae. Atlantic bumper are known to eat smaller fish, cephalopods, and zooplankton. More

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grow to nearly 12 inches but Atlantic Bumper can grow to 25 inches and supports a larger fishery. Pacific Bumper are found in the Eastern Pacific from Los Angeles south to Peru. Atlantic Bumper is found in the West Atlantic from Massachusetts south to Uruguay. More

Atlantic bumper also have black markings on the gill covers as well as a black saddle mark at the base of the tail fin. More

Atlantic Bumper Fishing Information - source: myfwc. More

The Atlantic Bumper is silvery to a golden color, it has a black area on the caudal peduncle and at the edge of the opercle. Its lower profile is more arched than the upper profile and the lateral line is strongly arched toward the front. More

An Atlantic bumper, another unique member of the local fish assemblage, was also collected from the Hampton Bar area during September. Atlantic bumper, infrequent visitors to lower Chesapeake Bay during autumn, are members of the Jack family. More

Common names

Adjago in Fon
Adjago in Fon GBE
Aluminío in Portuguese (Português)
Arriba saia in Portuguese (Português)
Atlantic bumper in English
Atlantiese stamper in Afrikaans
Atlantisk bumper in Danish (dansk)
bagre in Spanish (español)
Bichuela in Spanish (español)
Bonito in sp
Bumper in English
Caico in Portuguese (Português)
Camalesso in Portuguese (Português)
Cambele in Portuguese (Português)
Caracaxá in Portuguese (Português)
Carangue grasse in English
Carangue grasse in French (français)
Carangue médaille in French (français)
Carapau in Portuguese (Português)
Carta in Portuguese (Português)
Carta in Spanish (español)
Casabe in sp
Casabe in Spanish (español)
Casabito in Spanish (español)
Casave in Spanish (español)
Charro-xareu in Portuguese (Português)
Chicharra in Spanish (español)
Chloroscombrus chrysurus in Catalan (Català)
Cutmoney in Krio
Dulcina in Spanish (español)
Dzudzui in Ewe (Ɛʋɛgbɛ)
Dzudzüi in Unknown
Espejo in Spanish (español)
Favinha in Portuguese (Português)
Favoleta in Portuguese (Português)
Folha in Portuguese (Português)
Folha-de-mangue in Portuguese (Português)
Garapau in Portuguese (Português)
Goggle-eye in English
Hojita in Spanish (español)
horqueta in sp
horqueta del Atlántico in Spanish (español)
Jurel in sp
Jurel in Spanish (español)
Juvá in Portuguese (Português)
Kasambitu in Papiamento
Koto monni in Susu
Kotomoni in Susu
Kurakake-hiraaji in Japanese (日本語)
Lagna lagna in Wolof (Wollof)
Lana-lana in Wolof (Wollof)
Macoa in Portuguese (Português)
Malesso in Portuguese (Português)
Ngogba in Ewe (Ɛʋɛgbɛ)
Ngoroporam in Wolof (Wollof)
Orqueta in sp
Pacific bumper in Unknown
Palombeta in Portuguese (Português)
palometa in Portuguese (Português)
Panchita in Spanish (español)
Petit carangue in French (français)
Petite carangue in French (français)
Pilombeta in Portuguese (Português)
Plat plat in French (français)
Plateau in English
Plateau in French (français)
Plato in English
Polombeta in Portuguese (Português)
Pot pot in French (français)
Prato-de-alumínio in Portuguese (Português)
Rooter in English
Saia-rôta in Portuguese (Português)
Sapater in Creole, French
Sapater in Creoles and Pidgins, French
Sapater in French (français)
Sapatere in French (français)
Sareia-branca in Portuguese (Português)
Schwanzfleck-stachelmakrele in German (Deutsch)
Shanana in Wayuu
Spanish mackerel in English
Tchimbèli in Vili
Vento-leste in Portuguese (Português)
Yellowtail in English
Zólcik in Polish (polski)
Zozorovi in Unknown
Zozovi in Fon GBE
Zozroevi in Gen-GBE
Zozrovi in Fon
Zozrovi in Fon GBE
касабе in Russian (русский язык)
хлороскомбер in Russian (русский язык)
綠鯖鰺 in Mandarin Chinese
绿鲭鲹 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Carangidae
Genus : Chloroscombrus
Species : Chloroscombrus orqueta
Authority : Linnaeus, 1766