Sea bass

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Sea bass is a common name for a variety of different species of marine fish. Many fish species of various families have been called sea bass.

In Ireland and the United Kingdom, the fish sold and consumed as sea bass is exclusively the European bass, Dicentrarchus labrax.[1]

Other fish sometimes referred to as sea bass include the following:

Family Serranidae[edit]

Family Serranidae



  1. ^ "Sea Bass: the Superstar of the Seas". The Independent. Retrieved 2017-12-02.