crevalle jack


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fish of western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico

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Ten (50%) of the ill persons ate barracuda; 4 (20%), hogfish; 2 (10%), cero (Scomberomorus regalis); 1 (5%), crevalle jack; 1 (5%), yellow tail snapper and grouper; and 2 (10%), an unidentified fish.
The most frequently occurring species was Atlantic moonfish (66.3%), followed by crevalle jack (9.6%), and northern puffer (8.1%) (Table 2).
The SIMPER analysis indicated that the species contributing most to the dissimilarity between Narragansett Bay and Long Island Sound were rough scad (Trachurus lathami), crevalle jack, blue runner (Caranx chrysos), flying gurnard (Dactylopterus volitans), bluespotted coronetfish (Fistularia tabacaria), and the orange filefish (Aluterus schoepfi).
Species 1976 1977 1978 1979 African pompano 0.031 0.198 Atlantic bonito 5.000 2.651 2.265 1.256 Ballyhoo 0.789 1.363 0.944 3.802 Bar jack 0.197 0.076 0.220 0.264 Bermuda chub 0.157 1.620 Bigeye 3.421 9.353 6.889 0.529 Black grouper 0.132 1.101 11.901 Black margate 0.063 0.694 Bluerunner 8.616 4.354 3.555 7.537 Bluestriped grunt 29.276 3.900 24.190 50.182 Cero mackerel 0.252 6.512 Crevalle jack 3.537 Dolphin 113.224 53.692 57.314 54.612 Gag 0.132 0.692 4.066 Gray snapper 2.566 7.644 145.025 Gray triggerfish 0.264 Graysby 0.283 1.587 Great barracuda 30.921 19.614 15.697 25.587 Greater amberjack 0.063 2.162 Grouper spp.
The former work is a comprehensive reference on the biology and fisheries of the "crevalle jack" in West Africa; unfortunately no photographs or meristic data were included that can be used to confirm the identification of species.
For bycatch in Area 1 over half was discarded; king mackerel, little tunny, crevalle jack, cobia, and great barracuda were kept.
The northern range limit for Pacific crevalle jack was established with the collection of an individual in south San Diego Bay in March 1972 (Miller and Lea 1972; SIO [Scripps Institution of Oceanography] 72-69) during a period of warmer than normal sea surface temperatures (Lea and Rosenblatt 2000).
We have also observed on numerous occasions pair courtship in crevalle jack (C.
oglinum in the diets of bluefish, Pomatomus saltatrix (Wilk, 1977; Naughton and Saloman, 1984); crevalle jack, Caranx hippos (Saloman and Naughton, 1984); and Spanish mackerel, S.
The tagged fish were from seven species: red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus); black drum (Pogonias cromis); sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus); common snook (Centropomus undecimalis); spotted seatrout (Cynoscion nebulosus); bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas); and crevalle jack (Caranx hippos).
The crevalle jack, Caranx hippos (Linnaeus), is a migratory, coastal species that is distributed worldwide at subtropical and tropical latitudes (Briggs, 1960; Kwei, 1978; Grosslein and Azarovitz, 1982).
As a tournament mackerel zealot who weeded through amber-jacks and crevalle jacks, my disdain for the jack family was pretty strong.
Between the snook we caught, we hooked and landed several nice crevalle jacks, and Young informed me that there were also some nice mangrove snapper, goliath grouper, lots of tarpon of all sizes and even some large cubera snapper in the Sibun River where we were fishing.