The Small Spotted Dart, Trachinotus Baillonii, is a species of jack in the family Carangidae, can reach a maximum length of 60 cm in males and a maximum weight of 1,5 Kg. The body color varies from silvery blue to grey above, with some small black spots on the flanks. The number of these spots increases with age. This fish is silvery white below. It has large, strong fins, a forked tail, and a narrow base. It feeds on small fishes. Leccia Stella Maculata Trachinotus Baillonii Smallspotted dart intotheblue.it
This species is widespread in the Indo-Pacific, from theRed Sea to Mangareva Islands and southern Japan. The smallspotted dart is a reef-associated species. It can be found in lagoons and seaward reefs, usually near the surface of waters.
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Pompanos (/ˈpɒmpənoʊ/ POMP-ə-noh) are marine fishes in the genus Trachinotus in the family Carangidae (better known as “jacks”). Pompano may also refer to various other, similarly shaped members of the Carangidae, or the order Perciformes. Their appearance is deep-bodied, toothless, with a forked tail and narrow base. They are typically overall silvery in color, sometimes with dark or yellowish fins, and one or a few black markings on the side of their body. They are relatively large fish, up to about 1.2 m (3.9 ft) long, although most species reach no more than half or two-thirds of that size. They are found worldwide in warmer seas, sometimes also entering brackish waters.