Florida pompano

The Florida pompano is a fast growing species and attains a length of approximately 8 inches after its first year, surviving for only about 3 to 4 years .

The Florida pompano lives in the benthopelagic, oceanodromous, brackish, marine, depth range - 70 m environment.

The Florida pompano, Trachinotus carolinus is a species of marine fish in the Trachinotus genus (pompanos) of the Carangidae family. It can be found in the Atlantic Ocean and is one of the many fish that are currently being farmed through aquaculture. More

The Florida pompano populations in and adjacent to Florida appear to be over fished with respect to the amount of fishing needed to harvest maximum sustainable yield. More

The Florida Pompano is characterized by a football shape body that is silver with a tinge of yellowing on the underside, the top portion of the body is often a little darker. The dorsal fin is dark while the remaining fins have a yellowish tint. More

A school of Florida Pompano swim across the entire wall in these original hand carved wooden carvings by Peter J. Cull. The beauty of these unique fish schools is such that they can be arranged to fit your decor as needed. More

Florida pompano are prominent members of the jack family and popular with anglers. They have two characteristics that make them somewhat unique. More

The Florida pompano lives in subtropical waters and is the highest-priced marine food fish in the United States. It grows to a record 2 feet (61 cm) and lives in small to large schools in coastal areas. More

Florida Pompano Fishing Information - source: myfwc. More

Florida pompano has been overfished and populations need time to rebuild. Consumer Note In the Southeast, Florida pompano is often available as a special menu item. More

Occasionally, some Florida pompano have orange pigments on their fin tips and underside. Florida pompano are active swimmers because they have no swim bladder and therefore rely on hydrodynamic lift to maintain position in the water column. More

Florida Pompano, common pompano, Atlantic pompano. Synonymy: None. More

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Common names

Almindelig pompano in Danish (dansk)
Atlantisk Pompano in Danish (dansk)
Butterfish in English
Canasha in Wayuu
Cangueiro in Portuguese (Português)
Carangue in French (français)
Carangue france in French (français)
Carolina pompano in English
Cobbler in English
Cobblerfish in English
Common pampano in English
Common pompano in English
Enxova in Portuguese (Português)
Florida pompano in English
Kobanaji in Japanese (日本語)
Leccia stella in Italian (Italiano)
Lica modrulia in Serbian (српски језик)
Palombeta in Portuguese (Português)
palometa in English
palometa in Portuguese (Português)
palometa in Spanish (español)
Palometa común in Spanish (español)
palorneta común in Spanish (español)
Palumbeta in Portuguese (Português)
Pámpano in Spanish (español)
Pámpano amarillo in Spanish (español)
Pamplo in Portuguese (Português)
Pampo in Portuguese (Português)
Pampo-amarelo in Portuguese (Português)
Pampo-cabeça-mole in Portuguese (Português)
Pampo-da-espinha-mole in Portuguese (Português)
Pampo-de-cabeça-mole in Portuguese (Português)
Pampo-real in Portuguese (Português)
Pampo-verdadeiro in Portuguese (Português)
Pempano in Spanish (español)
Pereroba in Portuguese (Português)
Pirabora in Portuguese (Português)
Piraroba in Portuguese (Português)
Pompaneau sole in French (français)
Pompano in English
Pompano in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Pompano in Norwegian (Norsk)
Pompano in Swedish (Svenska)
Samenduara in Portuguese (Português)
Semenduara in Portuguese (Português)
Sereia in Portuguese (Português)
Sereia-da-Florida in Portuguese (Português)
Sierpnik karolinski in Polish (polski)
sole in English
sole in French (français)
Solteira in Portuguese (Português)
Taggmakrill in Swedish (Svenska)
Tanche grise in French (français)
Vanlig pompano in Swedish (Svenska)
помпано in Russian (русский язык)
北美鯧鰺 in Mandarin Chinese
北美鲳鲹 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Carangidae
Genus : Trachinotus
Species : Trachinotus carolinus
Authority : Linnaeus, 1766