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, common name for fishes of the genus Trachinotus, members of a large and important family (Carangidae) of mackerellike fishes, abundant in warm seas around the world.
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The Roth family was instrumental in the decision to convert their facility to solar energy and Amberjack is excited to begin a partnership with them," said Lance Kulick, president of Amberjack Solar Energy.
Compared to another successful amberjack recirculation hatchery we have supplied in Chile, we expect higher growth rates in the Red Sea due to the local amberjack's adaptation to higher water temperatures," Akva Group CEO Knut Molaug said.
For the subsequent investigation, a case was defined as illness with gastrointestinal or neurologic symptoms within 72 hours of eating amberjack purchased at the fish market in June 2007.
Hamachi', or yellowtail, accounts for 6% of the total, followed by 'kampachi', greater amberjack, and 'hirame', or flounder.
These include Spanish mackerel, blackfin tuna, amberjack, black drum, gag grouper, wahoo, bluefish, gafftopsail catfish, crevalle jack, and ladyfish.
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.
latus), and bar jack (Carangoides ruber) in schools exceeding 1000 fish, in rainbow runner (Elagatis bipinnulata) in schools of up to ~300 fish, and occasionally greater amberjack (Seriola dumerili) in schools numbering ~120 individuals, primarily following during the full-moon and waning moon periods between February and October (Table 1).
The company offers a few different packages of sushi with combinations of the conventional varieties--salmon, tuna, salmon roe, bonito, sea urchin, shrimp, squid, scallop, amberjack, et cetera--as well as different vegetable roll options like pumpkin and kidney bean tempura.
Alternate the two mixtures to baste amberjack while grilling.
The pathway now leads to the dramatic tuna diamond, an inverted pyramid containing 45,000 litres of sea water and a shoal of amberjack tuna.
The increasing popularity of snapper, amberjack, and other reef fish in temperate markets is widening the risk of ciguatera poisoning.
In tropical areas, locally caught barracuda, grouper, amberjack, and snapper can cause ciguatera poisoning.