|Greater amberjacks, Seriola dumerili, are the largest
of the jacks. They usually have dark stripes
extending from nose to in front of their dorsal fins.
They have no scutes and soft dorsal bases less than
twice the length of the anal fin bases. They are
usually 18 kg (40 pounds) or less, and are found
associated with rocky reefs, debris, and wrecks,
typically in 20 to 75 m (10 to 40 fathoms).
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