Fishes

Anchovy

Anchovies are small fish; usually between 9cm and 12cm long, but can grow up to a maximum of 20cm. Members of the anchovy family are found worldwide and are an important commercial species. They can be eaten fresh, salted, canned, bottled or in paste form.

Emperor

The emperor red snapper, Lutjanus sebae, is a species of snapper native to the Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean. This species is an inhabitant of both rocky and coral reefs, preferring flat areas with either a sandy or gravel substrate. They can be found at depths from 5 to 180 m. This species can reach a length of 116 centimeters , though most do not exceed 60 cm. The greatest recorded weight for this species is 32.7 kg .

Ribbon fish

The ribbonfish are any lampriform fishes in the family Trachipteridae. These pelagic fish are named for their slim, ribbon-like appearance. They are rarely seen alive, as they typically live in deep waters, though are not bottom feeders. They are readily recognized by their anatomy — a long, compressed, tape-like body, short head, narrow mouth and feeble teeth. A high dorsal fin occupies the whole length of the back; an anal fin is absent, and the caudal fin, if present, consists of two fascicles of rays of which the upper is prolonged and directed upwards.

Sardine

Sardines, or pilchards, are common names used to refer to various small, oily fish within the herring family of Clupeidae .The term sardine was first used in English during the early 15th century and may come from the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, around which sardines were once abundant.

Leather Jacket

These distinctive-looking fish are members of the Monacanthidae family, which derives its name from the Greek, meaning ‘one thorn’, referring to the sharp spine on the top of their heads. Some species, especially the males, are brightly coloured and intensely patterned. There are over 100 species in this family, found in tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. The common name, leatherjacket, comes from their thick, tough, leathery skin, which lacks normal scales and can be peeled off like a jacket.

Indian Mackrel

Our company excels in offering Indian Mackerel to the clients. Indian Mackerel is widely used in the preparation of various Indian dishes and many other coastal cuisines. Offered range is properly packed in corrugated box, thermocol box and polythene bags to maintain the freshness. This product is fresh, nutritious and rich in proteins, which is handled with care till the final delivery.

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