The following gallery presents the bony fish that are commonly caught in association with tuna schools. Each species’ common name and FAO code are given. The FAO identification code is a universal three-letter abbreviation that is often used by observer programs. Generally, these species’ stocks are considered to be healthy and they do not require special handling or extra record-keeping. In addition to these, other species may be encountered, and it is recommended that a more comprehensive guide is kept for reference while on board.