- No gill rakers on 1st gill arch but with rough platelets bearing small spines
- eye large
- Dark blotch behind axil of pectoral fin
- No vious bars or stripes on sides
- 112-123 lateral-line scales
Up to 65 cm TL.
Indo-W.& Central Pacific & Atlantic.
No FAO distribution map available.
Inshore pelagic near reef.
Scomberomorus spp. differs in having a shorter snout, a deeply forked caudal fin (vs. double emarginate); 1 – 8 gill rakers on upper and lower lobes of first gill arch (vs. none) and 13 – 22 first dorsal-fin spines (vs. 23 – 29 spines).
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