Bluefish Seriolella antarctica. The colour of the back and head of the fish is bluish.
Concha Labrichthys ornatus. Concha is used for the beautifully male, while conger is used for the female.
Fivefinger Acantholatris monodactylus. The name is from the five stripes on both sides of the fish.
Klipfish Bovichthys diacanthus.
Mackerel Decapterus longimanus.
Snoek Thyrsites atun. The word Snoek for this fish is recorded from 1853, according to OED. It is an adoption of the Du Snoek ‘pike’. There is also a snook (fr. 1697), but this name refers to various other species.
Soldier Sebastichys capensis or Helicolenus tristanensis, which are very similar (red or orange). The name is due to its ‘scarlet military uniform’.
Steambras This fish is reported to have been caught for the first time at Tristan in 1933. It may be a species of the genus Seriolella. It can be nearly as large as a sharrd steambras or Steenbras is from Du Steen + brasem ‘bream’., op. cit., s.n. Steenbras.
Stumpnose Seriolella christopherseni. This fish, first found in 1938, got its Latin name after Dr. Erling Christophersen, the leader of the Norwegian Scientific Expedition 1937-38. The fish is called Stumpnose because of its rounded head.
Yellowtail Seriola lalandii. It looks like the fivefinger.
Practically all the names of fishes enumerated here were introduced from South Africa