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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.
Other fish sometimes referred to as sea bass include the following:
- Genus Paralabrax
- Barred sand bass (Paralabrax nebulifer), lives mainly off the coast of California.
- Genus Centropristis
- Black sea bass (Centropristis striata), whose range is the eastern coast of the United States.
- Genus Caesioperca
- Butterfly perch (Caesioperca Lepidoptera), found in the eastern Indian Ocean, and the southwest Pacific Ocean including southern Australia and New Zealand.
- Genus Caprodon
- Pink maomao (Caprodon longimanus), found in the eastern Indian Ocean, and the southern Pacific Ocean including Australia and New Zealand.
- Genus Epinephelus
- Genus Hypoplectrodes
- Redbanded perch (Hypoplectrodes huntii), found in southeastern Australia, and the North Island and northern South Island of New Zealand.
- Genus Trachypoma
- Toadstool groper (Trachypoma macracanthus), found in the southwest Pacific Ocean.
- Genus Serranus
- Family Latidae (also called Asian sea bass, whose range is the Indo-Pacific, from Australia to India).
- Family Nototheniidae
- Family Moronidae
- Family Polyprionidae
- Family Lateolabracidae
- Family Sciaenidae
- "Sea Bass: the Superstar of the Seas". The Independent. Retrieved 2017-12-02.
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