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Spanish Mackerel Details
Name: Spanish Mackerel
Water Type: saltwater
Latin Name: Scomberomorus maculatus
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Description: The fish exhibits a green back; its sides are silvery marked with about three rows of round to elliptical orange spots. Lateral line gradually curving down from the upper end of the gill cover toward caudal peduncle. The first (spiny) dorsal fin is black at the front. Posterior membranes are white with a black edge. Its single row of cutting edged teeth in each jaw are large, uniform, closely spaced and flattened from side to side. As with the King mackerel and the Cero, these teeth look very similar to those of the Bluefish, Pomatomus Saltatrix. (Source: wikipedia)
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