Chinese gizzard shad

The Chinese gizzard shad lives in the pelagic-neritic, anadromous, freshwater, brackish, marine, depth range 0 - 50 m environment.

Dorsal scutes in the Chinese gizzard shad Clupanodon thrissa (Linnaeus) Clupeiformes B yes Yes, July 1, 2008 - ill request recieved CRM NR NA . More

Chinese gizzard shad (Clupanodon thrissa); Indo-Pacific clupeotoxin, chemical nature unknown metallic taste, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, vascular collapse, hypersalivation, numbness, muscular paralysis, convulsions, coma, death; this form of poisoning develops rapidly and violently; mortality rate is about More

Dorsal scutes in the chinese gizzard shad Clupanodon thrissa (Linnaeus). Gareth J. Nelson Comparative osteology of the Sciaenid fishes from Japan and its adjacent waters-III. Premaxillary and dentary. More

Common names

Alosa chata in Spanish (español)
Alosa cinese in Italian (Italiano)
Alose á museau court in French (français)
Cá moi in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Cá Mòi c? hoa in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Cá Mòi cớ hoa in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Chinese elft in Dutch (Nederlands)
Chinese gizzard shad in English
Chinesische Alse in German (Deutsch)
Dorosoma indooceánská in Czech (česky)
gizzard shad in English
Kinesisk kråsesild in Danish (dansk)
Sável chato in Portuguese (Português)
Sável-chato in Portuguese (Português)
Tsat Dim Wong Yue in Cantonese
Tsat Dim Wong Yue in Chinese (中文)
Vimpelsill in Swedish (Svenska)
Wong u in Cantonese
Wong u in Chinese (中文)
клупанодон in Russian (русский язык)
多斑鰶 in Mandarin Chinese
海鯽仔 in Mandarin Chinese
海鲫仔 in Mandarin Chinese
盾齒鰶 in Mandarin Chinese
盾齿鰶 in Mandarin Chinese
花鰶 in Chinese (中文)
花鰶 in Mandarin Chinese
銀耀鱗 in Mandarin Chinese
銀鱗水滑 in Mandarin Chinese
银耀鳞 in Mandarin Chinese
银鳞水滑 in Mandarin Chinese
조선전어 in Korean (한국어)

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Order : Clupeiformes
Family : Clupeidae
Genus : Clupanodon
Species : Clupanodon thrissa
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758