Fishes

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Brill

Brill

Brill, scientific description Scophthalmus Rhombus is fish whose meat is very valuable and has a delicious taste. Brills can be found along the shores of the Adriatic Sea. They can be fished ...

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Anchovy

Anchovy

Scientific description: Engraulis Encrasicolus These fish live in large schools. The flow of the waters of several rivers into the Adriatic Sea creates a greater presence of plankton, for this ...

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Needle-fish

Needle-fish

Blue fish is one of the most widespread in the Mediterranean Sea, needle-fish combines its excellent nutritional qualities with a great accessibility due to its low cost. Scientific description: ...

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Shad

Shad

Shad (Round Sardinella) is a fish highly caught in the Mediterranean, a fish food widely known in Italian cuisine due to its particular flavor and nutritional richness. Scientific description: ...

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Anglerfish

Anglerfish

Scientific description: lophius Piscatorius Anglerfish mainly lives on muddy or sandy seabed near the shore and to blend at best it fully or partially covers itself with sand by digging the ...

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Mackerel

Mackerel

A fish that is typically found in the Adriatic and Mediterranean areas. It can be easily caught in spring when it comes close to the coast. It is amongst the tastiest fish species and ...

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Sea bream

Sea bream

The sea bream is a rather small fish, both in size and weight. Actually, it does not exceed 300 grams. It is very similar in taste to gilt-head and diplodus. Scientific description: Oblada ...

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Baby cod

Baby cod

Scientific description: Trisopterus Minutus This fish species mainly lives in the Adriatic Sea and it can be found very often in large herds. They live at a variable depth near the shore or on ...

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Eel

Eel

The eel is a member of the ‘Anguilla’ fish family. Its scientific name is Anguilla Anguilla. In some regions of Italy, the female is known as the “Capito”. Widespread in ...

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Albacore

Albacore

Albacore belongs to the same family as tuna, included in the species of Scombridae. In fact, only the smaller size and length of the pectoral fins differentiate them. Scientific description: ...

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