Ducamar Spain S.L.U. 

C/Heros 16

48009 Bilbao
Bizkaia / Spain


Tel.: +34 946 545 835

Fax.: +34 851 000 773 

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Bogue

"Boops boops"

Latin Name: Boops boops

Family: Sparidae

Fishing Location: FAO 27 – North Spain

Catching Season: All Year Round

Catching Method: Purse Seining

Freezing Method: Block Frozen, Brine “IQF”

Packing: 20kg Carton Box + Plastic Bag

Form: Whole Round

Size: Ungraded from 200 grs.+

Bogue is a white fleshed fish found on the shelf or coastal area. Boops Boops, called the Bogue, is a species of seabream native to the eastern Atlantic. Its scientific name, and its common names in many languages, refers to its large ("bug") eyes. It is found off the coasts of Europe, Africa, the Azores and the Canary Islands, from Norway to Angola, and in the Mediterranean and Black Seas. The species avoids brackish waters such as the Baltic Sea. A demersal and semi-pelagic feeder, it can generally be found down to 100 m, and infrequently down to 350 m. It consumes seaweed, crustaceans, and some plankton, in schools that rise to the surface at night. Individuals can reach 36 cm, but average 20 cm.

 

  • United Kingdom: Bogue

  • Spain: Boga

  • France: Bogue

  • Germany: Gelbstriemen

  • Portugal: Boga , Boga do mar

  • Poland: Bops

  • Saudi Arabia: Bokka , Hamreda , Hamrouda , Moza , Sbouga , Targhzalt​ 
  • ​​​​Greece: Gopa

  • Israel: Goboos
  • Italy: Boga
  • Malta: Vopa
  • Romania: Gupa
  • Serbia: Bukva
  • Turkey: Kupes