dolphinfish

NOUN
  1. large slender food and game fish widely distributed in warm seas (especially around Hawaii)
  2. the lean flesh of a saltwater fish found in warm waters (especially in Hawaii)
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How To Use dolphinfish In A Sentence

  • The researchers studied species, ranging from sharks to dolphinfish, that represented the different stages of fish evolution.
  • Offshore, we got into dolphinfish in good numbers, plus some wahoo. The Greatest Fishing Lodges in the World
  • One approaching construction phase is an aquaculture project breeding dolphinfish.
  • Dorado: dolphinfish, caught along the Pacific coast off Zihuatenejo. Culinary guide to Mexican fish and shellfish: Las delicias del mar I
  • You will find discussions on "otoliths in dolphinfish", "iron content in adult eel", and "fish biomass estimates for oligotrophic systems," all within the past 6 months. How do you know the fishes are enjoying themselves?
  • And big dorado (dolphinfish), as well as lesser members of the tuna family, can almost always be found along the offshore weedlines. Off Keys
  • Even more widely available are fresh snapper, wahoo (similar to tuna) and mahi-mahi – another delicious white fish that is also known as dorado or locally (and rather bizarrely) dolphinfish. Enjoy the international flavour of the Cayman Islands
  • The company is currently investigating two locations for the project, which will eventually produce 2000 tonnes a year of dolphinfish for the export market.
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