Grouper

Waters:All warm Atlantic, Pacific, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean salt Waters. Description (in water): Only smaller specimens (5 to 15 lbs.) make it to markets, but grouper have been known to grow up to 500 hundred pounds. The color of the fish varies greatly. Red grouper is brownish with some darker mottling. Description (in market): Grouper has meaty, lobsterlike, firm-textured white flesh of a mild, delicate flavor and a low fat content. ...

grouper

  1. flesh of a saltwater fish similar to sea bass
  2. usually solitary bottom sea basses of warm seas

Grouper

All species of Mycteroperca
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Grouper

Alphestes Anyperidon Caprodon Cephalopholis Chromileptes Dermatolepis Epinephelus Gonioplectrus Gracila Hypoplectrodes Liopropoma Mycteroperca Niphon Paranthias Plectropomus Saloptia Triso Not all serranids are called groupers; the family also includes the sea basses. The common name grouper is usually given to fish in one of two large genera: Epi...
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Grouper

• (n.) The tripletail (Lobotes). • (n.) In California, the name is often applied to the rockfishes. • (n.) One of several species of valuable food fishes of the genus Epinephelus, of the family Serranidae, as the red grouper, or brown snapper (E. morio), and the black grouper, or warsaw (E. nigritus), both from Florida and the Gulf o...
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grouper

<zoology> One of several species of valuable food fishes of the genus Epinephelus, of the family Serranidae, as the red grouper, or brown snapper (E. Morio), and the black grouper, or warsaw (E. Nigritus), both from Florida and the Gulf of Mexico. ... The tripletail (Lobotes). ... In California, the name is often applied to the rockfishes. .....
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grouper

(grldbomacp´әr) any of various usually large marine fish of the genera Epinephelus and Mycteroperca, found in tropical waters; they are often eaten by humans but sometimes contain ciguatoxin and can cause ciguatera.
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grouper

noun usually solitary bottom sea basses of warm seas
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Grouper

[musician] Grouper is the solo project of musician and artist Liz Harris. After releasing material independently beginning in 2005, Harris released the critically acclaimed Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill (2008), followed by four more records, including a two-part concept album, A I A. Her tenth studio album, Ruins, is due for release on Oct...
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Grouper

Group'er noun [ Corrupted from Portuguese garupa crupper. Confer Garbupa .] (Zoology) (a) One of several species of valuable food fishes of the genus Epinephelus , of the family Serranidæ , as the red grouper, or brown snapper ( E. morio ), and the bl...
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grouper

any of numerous species of fishes of the family Serranidae (order Perciformes), many belonging to the genera Epinephelus and Mycteroperca. Groupers, ... [1 related articles]
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grouper

Any of several species of large sea perch (spiny-finned fish), found in warm waters. Some species grow to 2 m/6.5 ft long, and can weigh 300 kg/660 lbs. (Family Serranidae.) The spotted giant grouper (Promicrops itaiara) is 2–2.5 m/6–8 ft long, may weigh o...
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grouper

grouper, common name for a large carnivorous member of the family Serranidae (sea bass family), abundant in tropical and subtropical seas and highly valued as food fish. There are several genera, notably Epinephelus and Mycteroperca, including some 100 species, most of which are characterized by bri...
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grouper

Groupers are members of the sea bass family. They are particularly common around coral reefs and rock outcroppings of the inner coastal shelf, which makes them less vulnerable to, trawls or traps. In addition to the southern United States, Mexico, Central and South America, the Mediterranean, and South Africa have important grouper fisheries. Th......
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Grouper

The USS Grouper was an American Gato Class submarine of 1525 tons displacement launched in 1941. The USS Grouper had a top speed of 21 knots surfaced and carried a complement of between 65 and 74. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun; two 20 mm Oerlikon anti-aircraft guns; six 21 inch bow torpedo tubes and four 21 inch stern torpedo tubes...
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Grouper

This true sea bass, found in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic, has a lean firm flesh. Its skin has a strong flavor and should be removed prior to cooking. Groupers have the ability to change to the color of their surroundings.
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grouper

[n] - flesh of a saltwater fish similar to sea bass 2. [n] - usually solitary bottom sea basses of warm seas
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