Sea Bass global price quotes



The current, latest prices of Sea Bass in the world in the global markets

chilled sea bass (imp.)


Price range: 340 - 370 UAH / 1 kg | Market: Shuvar market | Date: 2022-05-23

sea bass


Price range: 70 - 140 TRY / 1 kg | Market: Istambul Wholesale Markets | Date: 2022-05-23

sea bass campeche


Price range: 42 - 46 MXN / 1 kg | Market: Fish Markets of LaNuevaViga, DF | Date: 2021-09-24

sea bass nayarit


Price range: 38 - 38 MXN / 1 kg | Market: Fish Markets of Zapopan, Jalisco | Date: 2021-09-24

sea bass pacific nayarit


Price range: 175 - 175 MXN / 1 kg | Market: Fish Markets of Zapopan, Jalisco | Date: 2021-09-24

sea bass tabasco


Price range: 40 - 45 MXN / 1 kg | Market: Fish Markets of Puebla | Date: 2021-09-24

sea bass small oaxaca


Price range: 80 - 110 MXN / 1 kg | Market: Fish Markets of Oaxaca | Date: 2021-09-23

sea bass oaxaca


Price range: 30 - 40 MXN / 1 kg | Market: Fish Markets of Oaxaca | Date: 2021-09-21

sea bass pacific baja california


Price range: 180 - 180 MXN / 1 kg | Market: Fish Markets of Zapopan, Jalisco | Date: 2021-09-21

sea bass tamaulipas


Price range: 55 - 55 MXN / 1 kg | Market: Fish Markets of Monterrey, NuevoLeón | Date: 2021-09-06

Sea Bass

"Centropristis striata", or striped sea bass, is a species of marine fish in the sea bass family Serranidae. Other common names include stripy seabass, grouper, and rockfish. It is native to the eastern Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Sea bass is a rather perch-like fish. The more or less elongated body has small scales, the mouth is large, and the tail is generally straight-edged or rounded. Sea bass is carnivorous, feeding on fish, crustaceans, mollusks, and other invertebrates. They may be either monogamous or polygamous, depending on the species. Sea bass is light-bodied fish that are found in tropical to temperate waters around the world. They range from the subarctic waters of Europe to the Mediterranean Sea to northern Australia and New Zealand. Sea bass spawn in inshore waters. The young larvae of sea bass are unique in their feeding habit. They will eat small fish and "marine snow", a mixture of zooplankton, phytoplankton, organic debris, and detritus that sinks to the bottom of the ocean. The striped sea bass is native to the eastern Atlantic Ocean from Iceland and the Faroe Islands southward, including the North Sea and Baltic Sea, Mediterranean Sea. Sea bass are carnivorous, feeding on fish, crustaceans (crabs and lobsters), mollusks (bivalves, squids), and other invertebrates. They may be either monogamous or polygamous depending on the species. They spawn in inshore waters such as bays and estuaries. The young larvae of sea bass are unique in their feeding habit. They will eat small fish and "marine snow", a mixture of zooplankton, phytoplankton, organic debris, and detritus that sinks to the bottom of the ocean. The striped sea bass is native to the eastern Atlantic Ocean from Iceland and the Faroe Islands southward, including the North Sea and Baltic Sea, Mediterranean Sea. They range from Iceland and northern Europe south to Senegal and Cape Verde Islands off Africa, east through the Mediterranean to Turkey, Black Sea excluded. In western Europe, they are rare south of northern France and Scandinavia. They have been successfully introduced to the Black Sea as well as Madeira via aquaculture. In North America, it has been recorded from the San Francisco Bay, California (United States), to central Baja California state (Mexico). There are seven species of sea bass: "Centropristis striata", "C. japonica", "C. forsteni", "C. cabrilla", "Epinephelus coioides" and "E. lanceolatus". Of these, "C. striata" is the largest, reaching a maximum weight of 3 kg and a length of 0.9 m. It is an economically important fish in some parts of the world. Centropristis striata, or striped sea bass, is a species of marine fish in the sea bass family Serranidae. Other common names include striped seabass, grouper, and rockfish. It is native to the eastern Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The species was described under the name "Serranus striatus" by Carl Linnaeus in 1758. The type locality is given simply as "in mari mediterraneo". In 1815, Georges Cuvier moved this species to Chaetodipterus and renamed it "Chaetodipterus striatus". In 1837, Charles Spence Bate moved this species to the genus Hypoplectrus and named it "Hypoplectrus striatus". It has also been placed in Serranus.

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