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Definition of the noun African Pompano
What does African Pompano mean as a name of something?
- African pompano is the vernacular name of the Alectis crinitus, a species of Alectis.
- African pompano is the vernacular name of the Alectis ciliaris, a species of Alectis.
- geographic area: Western Atlantic Ocean
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by John F. Mariani
The African pompano (Alectis) isalso called the“threadfin” or “threadfish,” but the “ Florida pompano,” sometimes known as the “Irish pompano,” is more easily found at ...
by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
The African pompano, or threadfish (Alectis crinitis), of the Atlantic and eastern Pacific, is 35 in. (90 cm) long and has long, threadlike rays extending from the dorsal and anal fins. The Pacific pompano (Peprilus simillimus) is in the family Stro- ...
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African Pompano (Alectis ciliaris)
Magic Rocks, Lembeh Strait, Sulawesi, INDONESIA
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- Stephen catching his 1st 45lb African Pompano
- Bluewater Spearfishing African Pompano
Trip from a few weeks ago with Nolan Sadorf and Steve Bennet. Dozens of Amberjacks swirling in the blue open up to reveal Nolans first big African Pompano.
- Filleting an African Pompano.
- Shark, African Pompano, Yellowtail Fishing Non-Stop ACTION!
- Deep Spearfishing Florida - African Pompano, Amberjack, Sharks, & Grouper
A trip to the promise land of spearfishing in Southwest Florida provided epic dive conditions and a few fish of a lifetime.
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