* Blue-backed Conebill, a South American bird in the Thraupidae family * Blue-backed fish, a category of fish used in Japanese cuisine * Blue-backed Manakin, a South American bird in the Pipridae family * Blue-backed Parrot, an Oceanian bird * Blue-backed Tanager, a South American bird in the Thraupidae family See also -
It is also used for human consumption, usually smoked.
Almost without exception, blue-backed fish are salt water fish that travel in schools close to the surface of the water, have wide migratory patterns and are relatively low on the food chain so feed on , etc. Their appearance, as is indicated by their name, is a dark blue dorsal with a nearly white under belly. Further, blue-fish are generally fairly small in size and caught in large quantities resulting in low market price, so are thought of as mass-market fish for general consumption and are distinguished from larger, specialty fish caught in smaller quantities, even if they share other qualities.
Category:Marine edible fish - Wikipedia
Pseudomugil cyanodorsalis, the Neon Blueeye or Blueback Blueeye Rainbowfish, is one of those rare, arcane Rainbowfishes that I think most of us only dream about, so when the opportunity came around to make them more available to the hobby and trade, I absolutely jumped at it. This is a schooling fish, I would not recommend purchasing only one or two as you’ll not get to see the males fired up and showing off; most sources recommend 8-10 or more. This species is on the small side for the Blue Eyes, but beyond its obvious overtly good looks, its predilection for being a brackish-water fish is the one thing probably preventing it from being a ubiquitous worldwide hit like the related Furcata Rainbowfish.
Category:Freshwater edible fish - Wikipedia
The blueback herring is a diadromous fish, meaning it migrates between fresh and saltwater. While one of many that do so, it is of considerable importance to the commercial and sport fishermen of South Carolina. The Santee and Cooper rivers provide an excellent illustration of the blueback herring’s importance. As the upstream spawning migration begins, large numbers of schooling blueback herring will congregate near Wilson Dam and Pinopolis Fish Lock and Dam where they are vulnerable to commercial harvest. They are harvested for fish bait and sold to distributors throughout the state. The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources for years has recognized the value of blueback herring as food for certain game fish of lakes Marion and Moultrie. Prior to the Santee-Cooper rediversion project, blueback herring were "locked"through the navigational lock at Pinopolis. This allowed the species to enter the reservoir, thereby providing food to striped bass and largemouth bass and increasing its spawning range. Since the rediversion project was completed, an additional but different method of moving fish is provided by a fishlift in the Santee River at St. Stephen. Fish moving through the fishlift can be viewed each spring during March and April. Aside from the power lever wheel that can be manipulated with the right or left hand when operating one-handed, there is also the new JOG POWER LEVER that can be easily manoeuvred when the rod is in the holder or in low temperature areas. At its core is the enhanced, very powerful MagMax motor. With the Automatic Tournament Drag (ATD) that will still run smoothly even when encountering a wildly fighting blue-backed fish, its mechanical power is more than enough to hunt for an even larger prey. Added to that are the MagSealed ball bearings that increases durability and effectiveness of the motor. The 500J is equipped with a Jigging brake wheel that is a formidable function during jigging. The IKATUNE, meanwhile, is equipped with an “Automatic Line Feeding Machine” that can deep-drop lines for those sea bottom squids.