The king mackerel was first described by Cuvier in 1829. The genus Scomberomorus is derived from the Latin word "scomber" = mackerel and the Greek word "moros" = silly, stupid. The species cavalla originates from the Latin...
Mackerel is a common name applied to a number of different species of pelagic
fish, mostly, but not exclusively, from the family Scombridae. They are found in ...
Apr 16, 2014 ... Mackerel, any of a number of swift-moving, streamlined food and sport fishes
found in temperate and tropical seas around the world, allied to ...
What kinds of mackerel are healthiest for you and the oceans? ... much can safely
be eaten each MONTH (assuming no other contaminated fish is consumed).
You could do a whole lot worse than choose mackerel
. A recent British article extolls the virtues of this little fish
, which is very high in omega-3 fatty acids, richly flavorful and is excellent smoked or grilled.
If the fish
has bruised skin, if the eyes are sunken ... More »
Mackerel are a swift-moving fish, swimming with very short sidewise movements
of the rear part of the body and of the powerful caudal fin. When caught they ...
Mackerels are a large family including several genera of economically important
fish ranging from a few ounces to nearly 100 pounds. Mackerel are in general ...
Mackerel is a marine fish that belongs to the family Scombridae which includes
more than 30 different species of fish (such as tuna and bonito). Mackerel lives in
King mackerel are found both nearshore and offshore, often around piers. ...
Kings are schooling fish that migrate from south Florida waters in winter
Spanish mackerel are a schooling fish that migrates northward in spring,
returning to southerly waters when water temperature drops below 70 degrees F.