en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sole_(fish)

Sole is a fish belonging to several families. Generally speaking, they are members of the family Soleidae, but, outside Europe, the name sole is also applied to ...

www.chefs-resources.com/seafood/finfish/sole-varieties-species

Is this fish a flounder or a sole? Is there a difference? Is it a true sole or a Pacific sole? What is Plaice and what is the difference between Turbot and Greenland ...

monahansseafood.com/flounder-halibut-fluke-sole-flatfish-make-the-world-go-round

Jan 20, 2017 ... ... dabs, plaice, brill, toungefish, turbot, are all different types of flatfish. ... Lemon sole (a large winter flounder fillet) from our northeast coast is ...

fishchoice.com/buying-guide/petrale-sole

Petrale sole is sold fresh and frozen, whole and in skinless fillets. Petrale sole is an excellent source of low-fat protein, calcium, and other nutrients. The best time  ...

draxe.com/sole-fish

Apr 24, 2018 ... Sole fish is a type of lean flatfish that belongs to the Soleidae family. They are found primarily around the coasts of Europe, but certain kinds are ...

britishseafishing.co.uk/sole

There are two species of sole which live in UK waters: Dover sole and lemon sole . Both are highly prized food fish, and therefore commercially important.

www.brownetrading.com/species-spotlight/lemon-sole

Know here in New England as “dabs” when sold as whole fish, the Lemon Sole is one of the most familiar of all ground fishes in the Gulf of Maine.

sciencing.com/difference-between-sole-flounder-5841071.html

Apr 30, 2018 ... Sole and flounder seem similar on a number of metrics. However, their bodies ... The term "sole" refers specifically to fish in the family Soleidae in the order Pleuronectiformes. It represents 30 genera ... Types of Stingray Fish ...

www.seaangler.co.uk/fishing-tips/advanced/articles/know-your-flatfish-species-with-our-identification-guide

Oct 8, 2010 ... The major angling flatfish are plaice, dab, flounder, Dover sole, turbot and brill. Lemon sole have very small mouths and are rarely caught on ...