|Family||Scientific Name||Author||Year||Common Name|
|Carangidae||Pseudocaranx dentex||(Bloch and Schneider)||1801||White Trevally|
Unique Characters: Body bluish green to bronze. Yellow stripe along sides (wider posteriorly; not always evident in large individuals); a black spot on margin of opercle. Protrusible jaws. Adults with pectoral fins relatively long and falcate, distinctly longer than head length. Upper jaw teeth mostly blunt, conical; lips of adults noticeably papillose. Posterior straight part of lateral line with enlarged hardened scutes. Scales obvious over most or all of body. No black saddle on upper part of caudal peduncle. Scutes on straight part of lateral line 23-56, and relatively large (maximum height at least equal to pupil diameter); body slightly to moderately compressed and ventral profile not more convex than dorsal profile. Anal fin spines distinct and movable. No scutes in posterior part of lateral line point forward. Lobe of second dorsal fin shorter than height of longest dorsal-fin spine.
Similar Species: None