OFFSHORE LIST
Demersal Species
Pelagic Species
* Reported in Inshore Species pages         "Xxx" Local name - may cause confusion with other fish
Photographed by local commercial and sport fishermen's catches.
Some pelagic likely to be seen in shallower water at some stage.
N.B. Most not directly observed by us, hence should be regarded as tentative
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Polymixia lowei
Taractichthys longipinnis
Taractes rubescens
Squalus cubensis
Lepidocybium flavobrunneum
Ruvettus pretiosus
Epinnula magistralis
Neoepinnula americana
Etelis oculatus
Cookeolus japonicus
Hyporthodus nigritus

Euthynnus alletteratus
Katsuwonus pelamis
Acanthocybium solandri
Scomberomorus cavalla
Thunnus atlanticus
Thunnus albacares
Alectis ciliaris
Makaira nigricans
Istiophorus albicans
Coryphaena hippurus
Elagatis bipinnulata
Canthidermis maculate
Lagocephalus lagocephalus

Ommastrephes bartramii
Beardfish
Bigscale Pomfret
Keeled/ Black Pomfret
Cuban Dogfish
Escolar
Oilfish
Domine
American Sackfish
Queen Snapper
Longfin Bigeye
Warsaw Grouper
Little Tunny ("Bonito")
Skipjack Tuna
Wahoo
King Mackerel/ Kingfish
Blackfin Tuna
Yellowfin Tuna
African Pompano
Blue Marlin
Atlantic Sailfish
Dorado/ Mahi Mahi/ Dolphinfish*
Rainbow Runner*
Oceanic Spotted/ Rough Triggerfish (
"Old Wife")
Oceanic Pufferfish

Red Flying/ Neon Squid