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"Sarpa salpa"

Latin Name: Sarpa salpa

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: 2/3 pcs/kg (300-500grs)

Sarpa Salpa, also known as the Salema Porgy, is a species of bream, recognisable by the golden stripes that run down the length of its body. It is relatively common off the coasts of South Africa, Tenerife, Malta and Cyprus, but has been occasionally been found as far north as Great Britain. 

  • United Kingdom: Salema

  • Spain: Salema

  • France: Saupe

  • Germany: Goldstrieme

  • Portugal: Salema

  • Poland: Salpa

  • Austria: Goldstriemen
  • Cyprus: σάρπα
  • Croatia: salpa​
  • ​​​​Denmark: Stribet havrude

  • Slovenia: salpa
  • Greece: Σάλπα
  • Italy: Salpa
  • Malta: Saupe , Xilpa
  • The Netherlands: Goudgestreepte zeebrasem
  • Czech Republic: Zubatice zlatopasá , Okáè obecný
  • Sweden: Salpa​

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