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Blackbanded trevally, black-banded trevally (Seriolina nigrofasciata)
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Blackbanded trevally, black-banded trevally (Seriolina nigrofasciata)

The species names / identity need verification. The original plates showed the fishes facing right and have been flipped here. Seriola nigro-fasciata
Date 1878
Source Day, Francis (1878) The Fishes of India. Volume 2.
Author George Henry Ford (1809–1876)

The blackbanded trevally or black-banded trevally (Seriolina nigrofasciata) is a species of carangid native to the Indian Ocean, the western Pacific Ocean, and the Atlantic coast of southeastern South Africa. This species inhabits reefs and rocky bottoms at depths from 20 to 150 m (66 to 492 ft). This species grows to 70 cm (28 in) in total length, and the maximum recorded weight reached is 5.2 kg (11 lb). It is of minor importance to local commercial fisheries, but is popular as a gamefish. This species is the only known member of its genus. Order: Perciformes, Family: Carangidae.

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