The great barracuda also known as the giant barracuda, is a common species of barracuda found in subtropical oceans around the world. It is a type of ray-finned fish.
The yellowtail barracuda, Sphyraena flavicauda, is one of the smaller species of barracuda of the family Sphyraenidae, which occurs in Indo-West Pacific oceans
The pickhandle barracuda is so called because the dark marks along its sides look like the thick ends of pickaxe handles. These dark markings fade with the preservation. Sea anglers sometimes colloquially shorten the name to pick.
The obtuse barracuda, Sphyraena obtusata, a barracuda of the family Sphyraenidae, is found in tropical oceans around the world. Its length is up to 55 cm
The Australian barracuda, arrow barracuda, Australian sea pike, sea pike, snook, or shortfin barracuda, Sphyraena novaehollandiae, is a barracuda of the genus Sphyraena which occurs in the south-western Pacific Ocean.
The northern sennet, Sphyraena borealis, is an ocean-going species of fish in the barracuda family, or Sphyraenidae. It was described by the American zoologist James Ellsworth De Kay in 1842
The Guachanche barracuda, is an ocean-going species of game fish in the barracuda family, Sphyraenidae. It was described by the French zoologist Georges Cuvier in 1829