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A Sashimi Swordfish is a Finned Swordfish that has no candidate for the underlying Swordfish in the box containing the fin.
This is only one member of the large family of fish patterns. The Sashimi Swordfish uses 3 rows, 3 columns and a box. Other sizes of Sashimi Fish are Sashimi X-Wing and Sashimi Jellyfish.
Either one of the X candidates in box 8 can be present. If there were a candidate in r8c5, this would be a Finned Swordfish.
Sashimi Swordfish for digit 3 in rows 3,5,7 and columns 1,6,9 with a fin in box 8.
This diagram shows that each defining column can have 2 or 3 candidates, and the defining columns that intersect the extra box can have only a single candidate that belongs to the underlying Swordfish.
Sashimi Swordfish for digit 4 in columns 3,5,7 and rows 2,8,9 with the fin in box 2.
When there are 2 secondary lines present in the box with the fin, up to 4 candidates can be eliminated. As a result, all remaining candidates in this box will be located on a single row or column (row 1 in the diagram). This triggers a Locked Candidates move that causes additional eliminations on this line.