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The white ulua, Caranx ignobilis, is also known as a giant trevally.  This species is popular with spearfishermen and can reach over five feet in length and exceed 200 lbs.  In places that have not been over fished they can be found in large schools numbering in the hundreds.  This pair was photographed at Molokin Marine Preserve, Maui, Hawaii.