What is another word for Lagodon Rhomboides?

Pronunciation: [lˈaɡɒdən ɹˈɒmbɔ͡ɪdz] (IPA)

Lagodon rhomboides, commonly known as the porgy, is a saltwater fish found in the western Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. Some synonyms that refer to this fish species include silver porgy, Bermuda chub, Florida porgy, and sugar fish. The porgy is a popular game fish and is often caught for food. It has a distinctive diamond-shaped body, with a grayish-silver color and a silver-white belly. They can grow up to 18 inches in length and weigh up to 3 pounds. They are typically found in shallow waters near coral reefs and other structures. The porgy is an important species in the commercial and recreational fishing industry.

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