sea bass

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sea bass:

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, common name applied to various fishes of Centrarchidae (black basses and sunfishes), Serranidae (sea basses and groupers), Moronidae (temperate basses), and other families.
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2004) and the 96-hr L[C.sub.50] value of 20.12 mg/L obtained in the white sea bass, Lates calcarifer (Thophon et al.
Alaskan halibut, Alaskan salmon, sardines, white sea bass, and many farm-raised species, including tilapia, are better choices, according to the lists.
White sea bass (actually a drum) is still taken in Southern California, but it's becoming rare.