Locally known as 'Šarag', Sargo or white seabream is a very common dweller close to shores, occurring most of the time in mixed shoals. White seabream is silvery grey fish with more or less noticeable vertical darker stripes, and a well developed black spot at the base of tail. All observed were some 15 - 20 cm long.
Locally known as 'Fratar' (meaning 'Friar' or 'Monk'), this is a common seabream in Adriatic sea, smaller species such as these preferring to stay close to shores. All presented specimens were between 5cm in length, up to 15cm. They shows a typical seabream body, flattened sideways; and silvery grey with two well defined black vertical bands. Most often, we observed it alone or in shoals with other Seabreams (Sparidae family).