The Highfin Amberjack is greenish or brownish above and pale below. It is found in tropical waters (and some temperate waters) worldwide.
The Highfin Amberjack is greenish or brownish above and pale below. There is a diagonal stripe through the eye of young fish. This often become less distinct with age. The anterior lobe of the second dorsal fin is longer than the pectoral fin.
It is found in tropical waters (and some temperate waters) worldwide. In Australia it is known from off north-western Western Australia and from southern Queensland to southern New South Wales.
The map below shows the Australian distribution of the species based on public sightings and specimens in Australian Museums. Source: Atlas of Living Australia.Ozcam map of Highfin Amberjack specimens in the Australian Museums. http://ozcam.ala.org.au/occurrences/search?q=Seriola%20rivoliana&zoom=off#mapView
- Allen, G.R. 1997. Marine Fishes of Tropical Australia and South-east Asia. Western Australian Museum. Pp. 292.
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- Hutchins, B. & R. Swainston. 1986. Sea Fishes of Southern Australia. Complete Field Guide for Anglers and Divers. Swainston Publishing. Pp. 180.
- Kuiter, R.H. 1996. Guide to Sea Fishes of Australia. New Holland. Pp. 433.
- Kuiter, R.H. 2000. Coastal Fishes of South-eastern Australia. Gary Allen. Pp. 437.
- Randall, J.E., Allen, G.R. & R.C. Steene. 1997. Fishes of the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea. Crawford House Press. Pp. 557.