Monterey Spanish mackerel

The Monterey Spanish mackerel lives in the pelagic-neritic, oceanodromous, brackish, marine, depth range 15 - m environment.

The Monterey Spanish mackerel is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Monterey Spanish mackerel had not been taken for about forty years until two were caught during the summer of 1931, but as scombroid fishes seem to come and go at irregular intervals it may reappear in numbers at any time. More

Common names

Carite in sp
carite de monterey in Spanish (español)
Carite de Monterrey in Spanish (español)
Gulf sierra in English
Kalifornijskaya korolevskaya makrel in Russian (русский язык)
Mackerel in English
Monterey Spanish mackerel in English
Monterey-kongemakrel in Danish (dansk)
Montereymakrill in Swedish (Svenska)
Monterrey Spanish Mackerel in English
Scomberomorus concolor in Catalan (Català)
Serra-de-Monterey in Portuguese (Português)
Sierra in sp
Sierra in Spanish (español)
Sierra del golfo in Spanish (español)
sierra golfina in Spanish (español)
thazard de monterey in French (français)
макрель калифорнийская королевская in Russian (русский язык)
макрель королевская in Russian (русский язык)
美洲馬鮫 in Mandarin Chinese
美洲马鲛 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Scombridae
Genus : Scomberomorus
Species : Scomberomorus concolor
Authority : Lockington, 1879