Jacks tend to be larger, silvery carnivores that are often popular as food fish, although some species can cause ciguatera poisoning. These pages show most of the ones we see while diving, but there are a number of other species we have not seen but which have shown up in the fish market on Majuro.
Other Carangidae records from the Marshall Islands (links to www.fishbase.org):
coeruleopinnatus (Majuro fish market)
Carangoides gymnostethus (Majuro fish market)
Caranx papuensis (Majuro fish market)
Decapterus tabl (Majuro fish market)
Megalaspis cordyla (Majuro fish market)
Seriola rivoliana (Majuro fish market)
Uraspis helvola (Kwajalein video by Brian Greene, as well as Majuro fish market)
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