The Lemon Shark is named for the pale yellow to brownish coloration. Although there are documented cases of Lemon Shark attacks on humans, they are not a particularly aggressive sharks. Its habitat is coastal and lagoons putting it well within range of boaters.

Kingfish / King Mackerel fish replica



Unlike other members of Scomberomorus, the King mackerel (Scomberomorus cavalla) lacks a black area on the anterior portion of the first dorsal fin. The King mackerel has 12-18 spines in its first dorsal fin; 15-18 rays in the second dorsal fin, which are followed by 7-10 finlets; and 21-23 pectoral fin rays. Its body is about five times the size of its head, and about six times as long as it is deep.

The entire body is covered with rudimentary scales, except for its pectoral fin. A unique feature of the King is the lateral line which drops sharply after the second dorsal fin, and then continues on to the tail. distinguishing it from the Cero mackerel (Scomberomorus regalis). The King mackerel also lacks scales on the pectoral fins as does the Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus maculatus), in contrast to the cero mackerel which has scales extending onto the pectoral fin.


African Pompano

Amberjack Fish Mount

Atlantic Sailfish mount

Barracuda Fishmount

Black Marlin Fish Mount

Black Tip Shark Mount

Blackfin Tuna Fish Mount

Blue Marlin Fish Mount

Bluefin Tuna Fish Mount

Bonito Fish Mount

Bull Dolphin Fish Mount

Bull Shark Mount

Hammer Head Shark Mount

Largemouth Bass Fish Mount

Lemon Shark Mount

Mako Shark Mount

Pacific Sailfish Mount

Queen Trigger Fish Mount

Red Snapper Fish Mount

Roosterfish Mount

Sierra Mackerel Fish Mount

Cero Mackerel Fish Mount

Spanish Mackerel Fish Mount

King Fish Fish Mount

Striped Marlin Fish Mount

Swordfish Mount

Tarpon Fish Mount

Wahoo Fish Mount

Skipjack Tuna Fish Mount

Spearfish Mount

White Marlin Fish Mount

Yellowfin Tuna Fish Mount

Yellowtail Snapper Fish Mount

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