Definition of Acanthocybium solandri
1. Noun. Large fast-moving predacious food and game fish; found worldwide.
Generic synonyms: Mackerel
Group relationships: Acanthocybium, Genus Acanthocybium
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acanthocybium Solandri
Literary usage of Acanthocybium solandri
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1. Fishes by David Starr Jordan (1907)
"acanthocybium solandri is the species found in Hawaii and Japan. The American Acanthocybium petus, occasionally also taken in the Mediterranean, ..."
2. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1912)
"Abundant in the Havana market; and much prized. 31. acanthocybium solandri (Cur. <i Vol.). Seen once in the Havana market on February 22; two or three large ..."
3. A Naturalist on Desert Islands by Percy Roycroft Lowe (1911)
"And now there was waiting upon these banks the sporting and matchless queen-fish (acanthocybium solandri) with which to try conclusions. ..."
4. Salt Water Game Fishing by Charles Frederick Holder (1914)
"This is the peto, or acanthocybium solandri, found off the south of Key West and Tortugas in the Gulf Stream. It is a rare and splendid fish, ..."
5. Potluck: Stories That Taste Like Hawaii by Catherine Bridges Tarleton (2001)
"ONO (oh-noh) acanthocybium solandri Hawaiian fish, similar to mackerel. Called "wahoo" in the eastern US 'Ono (with okina or glottal stop) means delicious. ..."