Bonito, Atlantic (Sarda sarda)

(Bloch, 1793); SCOMBRIDAE FAMILY; also called common bonito, katonkel, belted bonito
Occurs in tropical and temperate waters of the Atlantic Ocean from Argentina to Nova Scotia and from South Africa to Norway. It is apparently rare in the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico, and is common in the Mediterranean and Black Seas. It is replaced in the Pacific by other Sarda species. The Atlantic bonito is often confused with the skipjack or with other Atlantic Scombroid species. The bonitos have stripes on the back, not the belly. The first dorsal fin has 20 23 spines. The second dorsal fin consists... Read More

 
 

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60.0 cm
Squibnocket, Massachusetts, USA
25-Sep-2020
 

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