Scientific Name
Seriola rivoliana  
Seriola rivoliana長鰭鰤
by: Lab of Fish Ecol. and Evo., BRCAS
Author Valenciennes, 1833 Depth 30 - 160M
Chinese 長鰭鰤 Poisonous Fish No 
Family_Chinese 鰺科 Economic Fish Yes 
Family F364 Carangidae Edible Fish Yes  Chinese In Mainland China 長鰭鰤 
Max Length 160 cm FL  Aquarium Fish No  Common Name 油甘、黃尾鰺、甘仔(臺東)、扁午(澎湖)、扁甘(澎湖)、柴魽 
Distribution in World global   Distribution in Taiwan East、West 
Habitats Ocean、Coral、Benthos  Holotype Locality Greek Archipelago 
Synonyms Seriola bonariensis, Seriola bovinoculata, Seriola colburni, Seriola coronata, Seriola declivis, Seriola dubia, Seriola falcata, Seriola ligulata, Seriola proxima, Seriola ravoliana, Seriola rivolacea, Seriola rivolina, Seriola songoro ...all 13..  
Reference Lin & Shao(1999)  Cuvier, G. etc. 1833 Carpenter, K. E. etc. 1999 Lin, P. L. etc. 1999 
Specimen List ASIZP0054647. ASIZP0056698. ASIZP0056699. ASIZP0056703. ASIZP0060358. ASIZP0070128. ASIZP0804373. ASIZP0914373. FRIP20271. FRIP20503. FRIP20530. FRIP21466. FRIP22176.  
Common Name Rock salmon; Silvercoat jack; Crevalle; Almaco jack; Almaco amberjack; Amberjack; Amber; Longfin yellowtail; Falcate amberjack; Greater amberjack; Jack; European amberjack 
Redlist Status NL Not in IUCN Redlist     
Characteristic D. VII, I+28-29; A. II, I+19-20; P. i+19-20; G.R. 7-8+18-19; vertebrate 10+14. Maxilla extends to middle of eye, with round dorso-posterior corner. A cutaneous keel on each side of caudal pecuncle developed in adults, but not developed in young. First dorsal fin composed of 5 to 7 spines connected by a membrane. Anterior rays of second dorsal and of anal fin falcate, and longer than lenght of pectoral fin. Finlet none. Brown or olivaceous to bluish green above, sides and belly lighter, sometimes with brassy or lavender reflections; the nuchal bar often persistent in adults, and a faint amber lateral stripe extending backward from eye frequently present; caudal fin dark with a lighter narrow posterior margin; juveniles (from 2 to 18 cm fork length) with a dark nuchal bar extending from the eye to the dorsal-fin origin; 6 dark body bars, each with a light narrow irregular area through their centre vertically, that do not extend into the membranes of the second dorsal and anal fins, and a seventh bar at the end of caudal peduncle; tip of anal fin white; pectoral, pelvic, and caudal fins dusky.
habitats Inhabits outer reef slopes and offshore banks to 160 m or more. Forms small groups. Adults are pelagic and demersal. Young often seen around floating objects. Feeds mainly on fishes, but also on invertebrates, to strike trolled artificial bait and bottom- 
Distribution A circumtropical species. It is rare in Taiwan and only found in northern and southern parts. 
Utility Marketed fresh and salted or dried. May cause ciguatera poisoning, particularly in coral reef areas.