These fish look mostly SILVER in color when viewed.  Many also have variying degrees of color changability. For example the bar jack in the center of the first row , when swimming over white sand will look as white as the sand, but when approaching a cleaning station, can turn almost completely black.

SILVERY FISH IDENTIFICATION GALLERY

Great Barracuda

(14 photos)

Bar Jack

(10 photos)

Horse-Eye Jack

(12 photos)

Silver Porgy

(5 photos)

Mottled Mojarra

(6 photos)

Mahogany Snapper

(6 photos)

Flagfin Mojarra

(4 photos)

Chub

(6 photos)

Sheepshead Porgy

(16 photos)

White Mullet

(12 photos)

Palometa Jack / Great  Pompano

(6 photos)

Permit Jack

(12 photos) 

Mutton Snapper

(5 photos)

Cero-Mackerel

(6 photos)

Gray Snapper

(9 photos)

Yellow Jack

(5 photos)

Leather Jacket (Jack)

(8 photos)

Black Margate

(6 photos)

Blue Runner (Jack)

(9 photos)
 

Common Snook

(5 photos)
 Rare

Tarpon

Almaco  Jack

(3 photos)

White Margate

(4 photos)

Sailors Choice

(9 photos)
(8 photos)

White Margate

(4 photos)

Sailors Choice

(9 photos)

Bigeye Scad

(10 photos)

Butter Hamlet

(6 photos)

Lane Snapper - Juvenile

(6 photos)

Spotted Goatfish

(9 photos)

Bonefish

(4 photos)

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