Alose. Allis shad. A freshwater shad, from a family of white, migratory fish. The shad is a bony, tasty, oily fish similar to herring, which travels up rivers in spring and is found in deep lakes. In France it is found in the Gironde where it is often grilled over vine shoots or stuffed with sorrel, and in the Loire, where it may be stuffed with beurre blanc. The roe is a great delicacy and shad is also used raw in sushi. Members of the family include Allis shad (Alosa alosa) and the smaller twaite shad or gizzard shad (Alosa fallax).
Variegated scallop. This is the middle sized, variegated scallop with 30 ribs. The main difference between this and the pilgrim scallop, aside from being smaller, is that it has two cupped shells rather than one flat and one cupped.
Bullet tuna. So called because of the speed at which it moves. Bullet tunas are blue-black on the back with a pattern of zig-zag dark markings on the upper hind body, and silver below. The fins are dark grey.