General Information
NameSpanish mackerel
Scientific NameScomberomorus maculatus
DescriptionScomberomorini, commonly called the Spanish mackerels or Seerfishes, is a tribe of ray-finned bony fishes in the mackerel family, Scombridae – a family it shares with the mackerel, tuna and bonito tribes, plus the butterfly kingfish. This tribe comprises 21 species in 3 genera: Acanthocybium A. solandri, Wahoo Grammatorcynus G. bicarinatus, Shark mackerel G. bilineatus, Double-lined mackerel Scomberomorus S. brasiliensis, Serra Spanish mackerel S. cavalla, King mackerel S. commerson, Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel S. concolor, Monterrey Spanish mackerel S. guttatus, Indo-Pacific king mackerel S. koreanus, Korean seerfish S. lineolatus, Streaked seerfish S. maculatus, Atlantic Spanish mackerel S. multiradiatus, Papuan seerfish S. munroi, Australian spotted mackerel S. niphonius, Japanese Spanish mackerel S. plurilineatus, Kanadi kingfish S. queenslandicus, Queensland school mackerel S. regalis, Cero mackerel S. semifasciatus, Broadbarred king mackerel S. sierra, Pacific sierra S. sinensis, Chinese seerfish S. tritor, West African Spanish mackerel
Primary IDFOOD00460
Picture470
Classification
GroupAquatic foods
Sub-GroupFishes
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ITIS ID172436
Wikipedia IDSpanish mackerel
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Content Reference— U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service. 2008. USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 21. Nutrient Data Laboratory Home Page.