Trevally; Carangidae

The numerous fish in this album all share the common name “Trevally”.

Diamond Trevally; Alectis indicus

A distinctively shaped and reasonably large Trevally, also known as an Indian Threadfish.

Gold-spotted Trevally; Carangoides bajad

This hunter is not afraid of divers. I've had one swim next to me, using my body as cover to get closer to its prey!

Bludger Trevally; Carangoides gymnostethus

This trevally is easiy confused with its yellow spotted relation.

Black Trevally; Caranx lugubris

Not so common, and even more rarely photographed.

Bigeye Trevally; Caranx sexfasciatus

Our most numerous trevally; often hanging out in massive schools at Sail Rock with them whale sharks...

Golden Trevally, Gnathanodon speciosus

Named for their juvenile stages - as adults they are a standard trevally silver colour.

Smooth-tailed Trevally; Selaroides leptolepis

A serious schooling fish, often gathering in tight groups of thousands.

Other Trevally

2 Fringe-finned and a few Giant Trevally photos.