Fresh and frozen fish from the cold clear waters of Iceland  
Salvelinus alpinus
Arctic Charr, Charr
Saibling
Omble chevalier
Salvelino, Trucha alpina
Fjeldørred
Arktisk røye, røyr
Röding
Nieriä, rautu
Bleikja

Gadus morhua
Cod, Atlantic Cod
Kabeljaw, Dorsch
Cabillaud, Morue
Bacalao
Torsk
Torsk, skrei
Torsk
Turska
Þorskur

Melanogrammus aeglefinus
Haddock
Schellfisch
Eglefin
Eglefino
Kuller
Hyse, kolje
Kolja
Kolja
Ýsa

Anarhichas lupus
Catfish, Ocean Catfish, Altantic Catfish, Wolf-fish, Seawolf
Katfisch, Seewolf
Loup atlantique, Loup de mer, Loupe
Perro del Norte, Lobo
Havkat
Steinbit
Havskatt
Merikissa
Steinbítur

Pleuronectes platessa
Plaice
Scholle, Goldbutt
Plie, carrelet
Solla, Platuja, Platura
Rødspætte
Rødspette, gullflyndre
Rödspätta, rödspåtta
Punakampela
Skarkoli, rauðspretta

Sebastes Marinus
Redfish, Ocean Perch
Rotbarsch
Sébaste, Dorade
Gallineta nórdica, Gallineta dorada
Rødfisk
Uer, rødfisk
Rödfisk, kungsfisk
Puna-ahven, punasimppu
Karfi

Salmo salar
Atlantic Salmon
Lachs
Saumon
Salmón
Laks
Laks
Lax
Lohi
Lax

Links to the most common and mainly exported species are listed above.

The Icelandic Marine Research Institute has a fine image collection of exploitable fish stocks.
You can browse this collection by clicking here.