Greater Amberjack

Greater amberjack or amberjack fish which is best known in Australia: Kingfish, yellowtail, scientific name: Seriola dumerili, distributed in many parts of the world such as India-Pacific, Red Sea, Indonesia, Philippines, China, Japan. In Vietnam, there are fish in the three regions. Fish caught by bottom trawl round the year, ranging from 300-500 mm, used for fresh eating.
Morphological characteristics: long Fish Friendly, clean inside. Borders are curved back, abdomen relatively straight edges. The flattened head, proximal length by body height. Pointed snout, a length equal to 1.5 times the diameter of the eye. Sharp teeth, grow a wide belt and inward mouth. The crowd on the broad teeth ploughshare and grow into bone belt on the palate. Clefts are not associated with depression. Gill rakers long and hard. Full-bodied, cheek, head and bones of small round scales covered gill covers. Lateral line complete, not scaly silent. The first dorsal fin spines with an ingrown. Pectoral fins short, rounded, longer than the pelvic fins pectoral fins. Brown backs blue, milky abdomen. Along a stretch of yellow body that runs from the eye to the muscular tail. The dark gray fins.

Nutrition: calculated for 100 grams of fresh fillets.

-Kilojoules: 428 (102 calories)
-Protein: 21.6 g
-Cholesterol: 24 mg
-Total fat (oil): 1.1 g
-Saturated fat: 36% of total fat
-Monounsaturated fat: 24% of total fat
-Polyunsaturated fat: 39% of total fat
-Omega-3, EPA: 44 mg
-Omega-3, DHA: 238 mg
-Omega-6, AA: 30 mg

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