horse mackerel


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horse mackerel:

see tunatuna
or tunny,
game and food fishes, the largest members of the family Scombridae (mackerel family) and closely related to the albacore and bonito. They have streamlined bodies with two fins, and five or more finlets on the back.
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The locals particularly enjoy the smaller fish like anchovy and horse mackerel, which are most commonly served to visitors in a piece of bread down by the water," said Ansel.
Bernard Esau recently in a supplement carried in an English daily, the rationale behind a decision to award South African fishing companies horse mackerel was because of arrogance, and the fact that they employ many expatriates.
Determinate versus indeterminate fecundity in horse mackerel.
As regards British fishing rights, these include the right to catch 181,694 tonnes of mackerel from the Atlantic off the UK, Ireland, Norway, the Faroes, Greenland and international mid-Atlantic waters; 16,276 tonnes of horse mackerel from the same zones (except Norwegian seas); and 9,410 tonnes of cod in Norwegian waters.
The Fisheries Agency said that with the decline in street corner fish stores, consumption of horse mackerel, sardines and squid is decreasing.
Starters such as stuffed horse mackerel cost from pounds 3.
For everyday meals, Japanese people generally used other fish, such as sardine, mackerel, horse mackerel, or saury.
Danish industrial fishermen are, for example, experimenting with non-consumer fish varieties, including horse mackerel, according to Danish newspaper The Copenhagen Post.
They have ice making facilities with cold storage and chill rooms for mainly pelagic species--herring, mackerel, sprat, sardines and horse mackerel.
Major catches for the industry fleets are hake, horse mackerel, pilchard, orange roughy and monkfish.
Ostracods are eaten in large numbers by trumpet fish, horse mackerel, and deeper-living fish called myctophids.