Sea Bass - Dicentrarchus labrax
This slender, silver fish from the large family of groupers (Percichthyidae) can be up to one meter in length, but usually is somewhere between 40 and 80 cm. Unlike many other grouper species, the two dorsal fins are clearly separated; the first fin has eight or nine spines - as befits a perch-like. The tail fin is slightly forked. The color seems silvery, but if you look better, you will see that the back is greyish with a green haze, the sides are silver and belly white. Young fish sometimes have black speckles. Sea bass has a delicate flavor and is a popular fish for consumption. Sea Bass is both wildcaught and cultivated in, for example, Turkey
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Farmed in Turkey