Pseudocaranx georgianusis commonly referred to as Araara, Blue Trevally, Blurter, Bruised-face Trevally, Jack, Ranger, Silver Bream, Skipjack Trevally, Skippy, Trevally, White Trevally. Difficulty in the aquarium: Non adatto agli acquari!. Toxicity: Toxic hazard unknown.
Pseudocaranx georgianus, also known as Araara and Blue Trevally, occurs in New Zealand and temperate Australian marine waters. The Araara is greenish-grey dorsally and silver-white ventrally. There is usually an obvious dark spot on the operculum. Juveniles have a yellow stripe along the sides of the body. Large individuals (over 35 cm) develop a prominent hump on the forehead. Pseudocaranx georgianus is a schooling species.
Species: P. georgianus