Ono

Order: 
Perciformes
Family: 
Scombridae

Marine fish with regularly ossified skeleton. Very elongate, fusiform, slightly compressed; snout long, pointed; rear of top jaw bone hidden; teeth strong, compressed, triangular; no gill rakers; 1st dorsal fin with long base; 2nd dorsal with 8-9 finlets behind; anal fin with 9 finlets behind; 1 large + 2 small keels on tail base; 1 lateral line; corselet of scales indistinct. Iridescent bluish green on back; sides silvery with 24-30 cobalt-blue bars, some doubled or "Y"-shaped. Size: reaches 250 cm; all- tackle world record 83 Kg.

International Designations

Germany: 
Peto
France: 
Thazard bâtard
Italy: 
Maccarello striato
Portugal: 
Cavala da India
UK: 
Ono
Japan: 
Kamasu-sawara
Fishing gears: 
Hooks
FAO code: 
WAH
Scientific name: 
Acanthocybium solandri
Type: 
Blue fish
Fishing areas: 
Area 31: the Western part of the Atlantic Ocean
Area 34: the Eastern Central part of the Atlantic Ocean
Area 37: the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea
Area 41: the Southwestern part of the Atlantic Ocean
Area 47: the Southeastern part of the Atlantic Ocean
Area 51: the Western part of the Indian Ocean
Area 57: the Eastern part of the Indian Ocean
Area 61: the Northwestern part of the Pacific Ocean
Area 71: the Western Central part of the Pacific Ocean
Area 77: the Eastern Central part of the Pacific Ocean
Area 81: the Southwestern part of the Pacific Ocean
Area 87: the Southeastern part of the Pacific Ocean
Global production (Tons): 
4465
Fishing seasons: 
ENE
FEB
MAR
ABR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AGO
SEP
OCT
NOV
DIC