This species feeds on zooplankton, jellyfish and small fishes.
The recent occurrence of this species in the Adriatic Sea may be related to the proliferation of jellyfishes, which constitute a very significant component of this species' diet (Dulčic are modest.
This enabled a determination of the spatial and temporal variability of butterfish populations.
Visual underwater transects at nine sites showed that butterfish were associated exclusively with habitats dominated by large brown algae, particularly Lessonia variegata, Marginariella boryana and Carpophyllum spp.
I’ve been sick, so I haven’t had time to create mischief this week. But I still have plenty of food-related stories and advice to share, so stick with me. But there is a purpose to it, because there’s information here you might not know, and won’t want to learn the hard way. It’s very common at sushi restaurants, in the form of nigiri, sashimi, or wrapped up in a maki (sushi roll) combination.