Blue-spotted sea bream

Order: 
Perciformes
Family: 
Sparidae

Marine fish with regularly ossified skeleton. Deep body and laterally compressed, with a very arched dorsal profile. Small eyes, and moderately slit mouth. In the anterior part of mouth there are 4 large canine-shaped teeth, followed by 2 more rows of teeth. The color of dorsum is pink and belly is whitish.

International Designations

Germany: 
Blaugefleckte Meerbrassen
France: 
Pagre à points bleus
Italy: 
Pagro azzurro
Portugal: 
Pargo ruço
UK: 
Blue-spotted sea bream
Fishing gears: 
Hooks
Trawls
FAO code: 
BSC
Scientific name: 
Pagrus caeruleostictus
Type: 
Blue fish
Fishing areas: 
Area 27: the Northeastern part of the Atlantic Ocean
Area 34: the Eastern Central part of the Atlantic Ocean
Area 37: the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea
Area 47: the Southeastern part of the Atlantic Ocean
Global production (Tons): 
268
Fishing seasons: 
MAR
ABR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AGO
SEP
OCT
NOV