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Tomcod vs. Kingfish

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Tomcodnoun

A species of edible cod found in the Atlantic, Microgadus tomcod.

Kingfishnoun

Any of several food fishes of the genus Menticirrhus from the Atlantic; kingcroaker

Tomcodnoun

Microgadus proximus, found in the Pacific.

Kingfishnoun

Other Atlantic fish

Tomcodnoun

A kingfish.

Kingfishnoun

opah, Lampris guttatus (United Kingdom)

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Tomcodnoun

A jack (fish).

Kingfishnoun

white croaker, Genyonemus lineatus (United Kingdom)

Tomcodnoun

A small edible American fish (Microgadus tomcod) of the Codfish family, very abundant in autumn on the Atlantic coast of the Northen United States; - called also frostfish. See Illust. under Frostfish.

Kingfishnoun

wahoo, Acanthocybium solandri (Barbados)

Kingfishnoun

, Scomberomorus cavalla

Kingfishnoun

Any of several similar fishes of the Pacific.

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Kingfishnoun

, Scomberomorus commerson (Australia)

Kingfishnoun

, Argyrosomus japonicus (Australia)

Kingfishnoun

yellowtail amberjack, Seriola lalandi (Australia, New Zealand)

Kingfishnoun

, Rexea solandri (Australia)

Kingfishnoun

Caranx

Kingfishnoun

, Caranx hippos (Mauritania)

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Kingfishnoun

giant trevally (sometimes travelli) Caranx ignobilis (South Africa)

Kingfishnoun

The cobia, Rachycentron canadum, of warm waters globally.

Kingfishnoun

An American marine food fish of the genus Menticirrus, especially Menticirrus saxatilis, or Menticirrus nebulosos, of the Atlantic coast; - called also whiting, surf whiting, and barb.

Kingfishnoun

the lean flesh of any of several fish caught off the Atlantic coast of the United States

Kingfishnoun

large edible mackerel of temperate United States coastal Atlantic waters

Kingfishnoun

small silvery marine food fish found off California

Kingfishnoun

any of several food and game fishes of the drum family indigenous to warm Atlantic waters of the North American coast

Kingfishnoun

large game fish of Australia and New Zealand

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