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Genus and species: Micropogonias furnieri (Desmarest, 1823)

Common name: Croaker, white coaker, yellow coaker, corvinha, whitemouth croaker. It is known for its size as“roncadera” for pieces of 5-20 cm and "mingo" for pieces of 25-40 cm in length.

Description: It has a spindle shaped sturdy body, covered with scales and has a rounded tail fin. It also shows two dorsal fins, the first one with spines and a ventral mouth with menthonic pores.

There are male and female whitemouth croakers but no sexual dimorphism occurs. This species reproduces itself by external fertilization.

Color: back dark to light brown ventral variable brown, from white to brown through yellow.


Sea Trout

Genus and species: Cynoscion guatucupa Cuvier, 1830 y Cynoscion striatus Cuvier 1829 (nomen dubium)

Common name: Pescadilla de calada, pescadilla real, sea trout, stripped weak fish

Description: It has a long body and a double dorsal fin. Its average size ranges from 45 to 55 cm. and it weights around 1 or 2 Kg. It is a commercialized species.

Color: blue on the back and white on the belly.


King weakfish

Genus and species: Macrodon ancylodon Bloch & Schneider, 1801.

Common name: Pescadilla real, pescada-foguete, king weakfish.

Description: It has a long body and 2 dorsals fins, Its average size ranges from 45 to 55 cm. and it weights around 100 gms up Until 600 gms as much. It is a commercialized species

Color: dark on the back and pale yellow to white on the ventral side brown. Fins yellow. Both anal and caudal fins presented in the terminal part of the spokes are black.


Illex Squid (Illex argentinus)

Common name: Calamar, pota, lula, squid.

Description: The squid has a long body with the shape of a tube. It has a fin in its end and tentacles in its head, with big eyes. It presents two long tentacles and eight that are shorter. The mouth is in the center of the ring of tentacles and has a cartilaginous beak. Sexual dimorphism and internal fecundation occurs in squids.

Color: Their color is brown in general, but it changes due to the presence of cromatophores in their skin, from light brown to dark brown with silver flashes.

Size: The average length of the mantle cavity is 28 cm.


Hake (Merluccius hubbsi)

Genus and species: Merluccius hubbsi (Marini, 1933)

Common name: Merluza argentina, merluza, hake.

Description: The hake has a long and slightly slender body. Its mouth is big and protractile, and the caudal peduncle short. It has a tail fin that ends in a straight line in adults, and two dorsal fins; the first one with spines and the second dorsal fin with a big bilobed base. It shows medium size cyclod scales that can be easily removed.

Color: Slate blue back and flanks to the midline of the body, then silver and the white ventral face.

Talla: adult females measure up to 90 cm and males up to 60 cm.


Anchoita (Engraulis anchoita)

Common name: Anchoita, Anchovy, Atlantic-anchovy, Argentinian-anchovy.

Description: elongated body, fusiform and deciduous cycloid scales (that flow easily), wide and big mouth with sharp little teeth, pointed snout. It has a unique dorsal fin and forked caudal soft rays. Without sexual dimorphism it has separate sexes. The range of sizes for both sexes is 14 to 21 cm in adults. It can be confused with aliche (Anchovy marinii) with anchovies or fresh water (Lycengraulis olidus).

Color: back of the head and dorsal dark blue-black or black coloration. Clear white sidewalls or white-blue color with iridescent sheen. Rest of the silver body. White-silver belly area.





Pomfret (Parona signata)

Description: We trades this specie in whole Round and it weight 200 gms to 500 gms Land frozen.

Strong spine in the back. Dark patches on the line.

Size: 60 cms.


White Croaker (Umbrina canosai)

Common name: Pargo blanco, pargo, Argentine croaker

Description: fusiform, robust body covered with scales (cycloid). Two dorsal fins, the first with hard radios, rounded caudal fin. Ventral mouth with a beard chin. It has separate sexes without sexual dimorphism and external fertilization sexes. Average length 27 cm.

Color: the back of brown to light brown and white belly.


Scallop (Zygochlamys patagonica)

Description: bivalve almost circular, something inequilateral, frail thin, lightweight. Left valve more convex. Sculpture numerous fine radial ribs, something scaly. Intercostal grooves with little back ribs. Ears small and uneven.

Color: convex shell: whitish ribs with orange brown. Valva flat: whitish.


Mackerel (Scomber scombrus)

Description: Mackerel is a common name applied to a number of different species of fish, mostly, but not exclusively, from the familyScombridae. They occur in all tropical and temperate seas. Most live offshore in the oceanic environment but a few, enter bays and can be caught near bridges and piers. Features: are a slim, cylindrical shape (as opposed to the tunas which are deeper bodied) and numerous finlets on the dorsal and ventral sides behind the dorsal and anal fins The scales are extremely small, if present. The largest species called "mackerel" is the ( Scomberomorus cavalla ) which can grow to 66 inches (1.68 m). A female mackerel lays about 1,000,000 eggs at a time.

Color : iridescent green or blue back, ventral side of a silvery white. Dark strips on the back and upper sides; no dotted line below the lateral line. Length: max 50 cm.


Horse Mackerel (Trachurus trachurus)

Description: Body elongate, fairly compressed. Head large; posterior end of upper jaw reaching anterior margin of eye; lower jaw projected. Maxilla large, wide, not covered by lacrymal. Adipose eyelid well developed. Small nostrils closely situated each other, anterior nostril oval and posterior nostril crescent. A distinct notch on posterior margin of opercle. Dorsal accessory lateral line terminating below soft dorsal rays 9-15. Gillrakers, including rudiments, 41-47 on lower limb of first gill arch; total gillrakers 53-65. First dorsal fin with 8 spines and I + 31-36. Anal fin with I + 25-31 preceded by 2 strong spines. Pectoral fin rays 19-22. Pelvic fin moderate in size, originating below end of pectoral fin base. Scales in curved lateral line 45-62 expanded dorsolaterally and scute-like, in straight lateral line 38-50 scutes; total scales and scutes 89-107.

Color: Greenish or bluish, silvery yellow, purple and violet iridescent reflections on the head, flanks, chest and flow. Usually with small dark spots on the cap.

Talla: 50 cms. - Weight : 1,5 Kg.



Shrimp Vannamei ( Penaeus Vannamei )

APPEARANCE: gray / green color crude; deep red stew.

Chiefly tropical shrimp. Grown in Latin America (representing 30% of the shrimp aquaculture).

MEDIA SIZE: 60/80 HO (integer).

Power Supply: Mainly From Mexico to Peru on the Pacific coast. From Colombia to Brazil on the Atlantic coast.



Shrimp Brasiliensis


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