Sea bass

Sea basses refer to a broad range of saltwater fish species, mostly found in the shallow water of tropical and warm seas. There are more than 470 species in the seabass family widely known as food and sport fishes.

The perchlike bass fishes have small scales, a large mouth (the Black Sea bass is named largemouth “scientifically, Micropterus salmoides”) and straight-edged or rounded tail. They are carnivorous, devouring both fish and invertebrates. Some are more immobile (e.g. the groupers, mature as one sex and change to the other later); others actively swim.

This typical saltwater fish adapts to water temperature from 18°C to 28°C when farmed.

The perchlike bass fishes have small scales, a large mouth (the Black Sea bass is named largemouth “scientifically, Micropterus salmoides”) and straight-edged or rounded tail. They are carnivorous, devouring both fish and invertebrates. Some are more immobile (e.g. the groupers, mature as one sex and change to the other later); others actively swim.

Note: seabass can also live in lower salt levels of water after hatching but gradually. It needs one to two months to be fingerlings weighing 4 to 5 grams. From here, as a farmer you may re-acclimate your bass to live in freshwater. Family Serranidae | order Perciformes

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