Isda is the Filipino generic word for Fish. Among the Isda/Fishes found in the Philippine markets are:

Dilis (Anchovy); Hito (Catfish); Dalag (Mudfish), Lapu-Lapu (Grouper); Tangigi (Mackerel); Sardinas (Sardines), Tilapia ( Tilapia); Pla-Pla; Tulingan (Tuna); Labahita (Surgeon Fish); Sap Sap (Pony Fish); Maya Maya (Snapper); Pating (Shark); Talakitok (Trevally/Cavalla); Samaral (Rabbitfish); Matang-Baka (Scad Fish/Big-Eyed Scad Fish) and lastly Bangus (Milkfish) which is the national fish of the Philippines.



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