Ray’s Bream (Brama brama)
Specimen weight: 4.41 lbs (2.0 kg)
Record: 6 lbs 4.25 ozs, Valentia, 1978
Body deep and compressed, profile steep and rounded. A single long dorsal and a single long anal fin, with short rays without protruding sharp tips. Tail-fin crescentic, pectorals long and pointed. Silvery in life; fades to grey after death. Grows to more than 6 lb.
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