Pomatomus saltatrix, Ancho, blue fish, bluefish, photos, facts and physical characteristics


Pomatomus saltatrix, Ancho, blue fish, bluefish, photos, facts and physical characteristics

Pomatomus saltatrix

Pomatomus saltatrix Description

Jaw teeth prominent, sharp, compressed, in a single series. Two dorsal fins, the first short and low, with 7 or 8 feeble spines connected by a membrane. Dorsal spines: 8 or 9; Dorsal soft rays: 23 to 28; Anal spines: 2 or 3; Anal soft rays: 23 to 27. Back

Pomatomus saltatrix Common Names

  • Ancho, blue fish, bluefish

Pomatomus saltatrix Taxonomic Structure

What type of species is Pomatomus saltatrix? Below, you will find the taxonomic groups the Pomatomus saltatrix species belongs to.

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Pomatomus saltatrix, marine species closely related

Pomatomus saltatrix, distinctive physical characteristics

How to identify Pomatomus saltatrix marine species? Below, you will find the list of main identification criteria and physical characteristics of marine species Pomatomus saltatrix. For each identification criteria, the corresponding physical characteristics of marine species Pomatomus saltatrix are marked in green.

Pomatomus saltatrix, geographic distribution

Where is Pomatomus saltatrix found in the world? Below, you will find the list and a world map of the geographic distribution where the marine species Pomatomus saltatrix can be found.

Country Locations Dive Sites
Portugal São Miguel Island Baixa das Castanhetas

    Pomatomus saltatrix, underwater photographers

    Which photographers have photos of Pomatomus saltatrix species? Below, you will find the list of underwater photographers and their photos of the marine species Pomatomus saltatrix.