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Snubnose pompano


Snubnose pompano


  • Usually occurs singly.
  • Feeds on small fishes and invertebrates.
  • Common to find in local wet markets, but most of those individuals are cultured.


  • Body oval and silvery.
  • Dorsal, pelvic, anal and caudal fins often yellowish.
  • Dorsal and anal fins elongated. Caudal fin forked.

Common Name: Snubnose pompano

Family Common Name: Jacks

Family: Carangidae

Scientific Name: Trachinotus blochii ___(Lacepède, 1801)

Genus: Trachinotus

Maximum Length: 110 cm (Fork Length)