chloris = Chloroscombrus chrysurus (Linnaeus): Atlantic Bumper; p.
A small-mesh drift gillnet fishery operates off southern California targeting white seabass, Atractoscion nobilis; yellowtail, Seriola
lalandi; barracuda, Sphyraena argentea; and tuna species.
For most, "amberjack" means Seriola
dumerili, the greater amberjack, which runs about 30-70 pounds, with occasional bruisers of 100-plus.
In January 2004, 2 fishermen captured a 26-kg amberjack (local name: Medregal Negro; scientific name: Seriola
Rivoliana) while scuba diving along the coast of the Canary Islands, Spain.
Grant & Bowen (1998) hypothesized that the combination of high haplotype diversity and low nucleotide diversity for mtDNA was indicative of a population bottleneck followed by rapid growth (their Category 2), and assigned two species that are common in the northern Gulf (red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, and greater amberjack, Seriola
dumerili) to this category.
Yellowtail kingfish, Seriola
lalandi, observed in both offshore waters and estuaries, are frequently caught about rocky headlands and reefs, in the surf zone, and in estuaries and sheltered bays (Roughley 1961: 54).
Seven years ago, the company began culturing Kona Kampachi[R] (or Seriola
rivoliana), a delicious Hawaiian yellowtail fish.
The fish were further disaggregated using a 5-year average (1998-2002) catch composition from the artisanal finfish fishery: 35% Lutjanidae, 3% Scomberomorus sierra, 1% Seriola
Seasonal changes in proteolytic enzymes of yellowtail Seriola
quinqueradiata (Temminck & Schlegel; Carangidae) led extruded diets containing different protein and energy levels.
Early osteological development of the yellow tail Seriola
dumerili Pisces: Carangidae).
Studies on the pathogenesis of streptococcal infection in cultured yellowtail Seriola
Hands down, the big boy of the bunch is Seriola
dumerili--the greater amberjack.