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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halibut

Halibut is a common name principally applied to the two flatfish in the genus Hippoglossus from the family of right-eye flounders. Less commonly, and in some  ...

healthresearchfunding.org/difference-flounder-halibut

Mar 29, 2015 ... If you are struggling to tell the difference between a flounder and a halibut, the first thing you need to know is that halibuts are flounder.

www.reference.com/food/difference-between-halibut-flounder-487d6418fff36b6c

Halibut and flounders differ in size, scales, teeth and the way in which they lie on the ocean floor. Halibut and flounders are both flatfish, but they are only ...

theydiffer.com/difference-between-halibut-and-flounder

Jul 17, 2016 ... Whether you're into game fishing or cooking, knowing the difference between a halibut and a flounder can help avoid embarrassing situations ...

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Aug 20, 2015 ... Balboa Island Fisherman catching at flounder on Coral Pier. No Size limit on flounder he says. However Halibut needs to be 22".

www.dfg.ca.gov/marine/mspcont8.asp

Oct 17, 2013 ... Family: Paralichthyidae (large-tooth flounders). Genus and Species: Paralichthys californicus. Description: The body of the California halibut is ...

www.nefsc.noaa.gov/rcb/photogallery/flatfish.html

Photos of flatfish: summer flounder, windowpane flounder, winter flounder, yellowtail, American plaice, Atlantic halibut.

www.utne.com/environment/fish-to-eat-always-never-and-sometimes

No, Never: Bluefin tuna, Chilean sea bass, Cod (Atlantic), Dogfish, Flounder, Grouper, Halibut (Atlantic), Monkfish, Orange Roughy, Sharks, Skates, Sole ...

www.jensenbros-seafood.com/know.cfm

The mild delicate taste of Flounder is sweet and has a delicate texture with small flakes. Sauté, poach or ... Halibut — Halibut meat is firm and very white. It has a ...

sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?103724-Left-or-right-sided-fish-the-fluke-versus-the-flounder

As most people know, flukes and flounders and flat bottom-dwelling fish. ... flounder, plaice, sole, turbot, and halibut--have asymmetrical skulls, ...