The Bermuda blue angelfish can live up to 20 years.
Small angelfish that is bright to rusty orange on the top, fading to a bright blue area on the sides. Endemic to Hawaii.
Bluefish should be handled with caution due to their ability to snap at unwary hands. Fishermen have been severely bitten, and wearing gloves can help. Wading or swimming among feeding bluefish schools can be dangerous. In July 2006, a seven-year-old girl was attacked on a beach, near the Spanish town of , allegedly by a bluefish.
In turn, bluefish are preyed upon by larger predators at all stages of their lifecycle. As juveniles, they fall victim to a wide variety of oceanic predators, including striped bass, larger bluefish, fluke (summer flounder), weakfish, tuna, sharks, rays, and dolphins. As adults, bluefish are taken by tuna, sharks, billfish, seals, sea lions, dolphins, porpoises, and many other species.
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My Dark blue chiclid also killed my goldfish.
Bluefish are a schooling, migratory pelagic species that occur seasonally in Florida's inshore and continental shelf waters. In the western Atlantic, bluefish range from Nova Scotia, Canada, along the Atlantic coast of the U.S. to Cuba's northwest coast and throughout the Gulf of Mexico and along the South American coast from Colombia to Argentina. Tagging and mt DNA analyses show that sufficient mixing occurs between the Gulf and South Atlantic coasts of the U.S. to maintain a single genetic stock (, ), although mixing may be limited enough to consider the two groups as separate fishery stocks. Bluefish are voracious carnivores feeding on a wide variety of pelagic or demersal fishes and invertebrates. Bluefish grow rapidly and achieve a size of 32" fork length in about 10 years. The maximum age reached by bluefish appears to be about 11 years. Bluefish reach sexual maturity before attaining age 2. Spawning occurs during April and May near the inner reaches of the Gulf Stream off Florida's Atlantic coast and during April and October-November in the northern Gulf of Mexico.The bluefish belongs to the family Pomatomidae, While the average weight is around 2 lbs, they can reach 20 lbs. They have a greenish, iridescent blue shading into silver on the sides. Baby bluefish, called snapper blues, are more flatish, and are found in the local lagoons from late May through September. The base of the pectoral fin usually has a black blotch. There are two dorsal fins, with the front dorsal being more spiny.Remarks: Travels in large schools, following schools of baitfish; cannibalistic; all members of a given school about the same size; spawning occurs offshore in spring and summer. If Bluefish came as big as Stripers... When hooked, it'll leap, often consecutively. And then it bears down, turning its powerful body against you. A feeding bluefish is fearless, fights to the end, and then considers your fingers for dessert. Since these ravenous fish are distributed Atlantic-wide in most warm temperate waters, they are popular quarry. In a sense, they fill an inshore niche in the ocean almost equivalent to that of the Dorado, although found in a more restricted range.