Australian Spotted Mackerel
The Australian spotted mackerel, also known as Spotty Mackerel and Spotty, is an iridescent blue green color on the upper back and flanks becoming silvery on the sides with a silvery white belly area. A broad row of dark spots run along the body from just behind head to the tail. The dorsal fin is blue and lacks the white patch of the School Mackerel the pectoral fins are small and dark with anal fin more silvery white in color.
The fish is found in the western Pacific, and feeds mostly on anchovies and sardines.