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The Sardine lives in the pelagic-neritic, anadromous, freshwater, brackish, marine environment.

Sardines, or pilchards, are a group of several types of small, oily fish related to herrings, family Clupeidae. Sardines were named after the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, where they were once in abundance. More

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for instance, to many people a sardine is a young European pilchard. A generalisation is that if the fish is under 4 inches (10 cm) long it is classed as a sardine, and if larger than 4″ it is classed as a pilchard. More

* The Pacific sardine has experienced a remarkable comeback after populations dropped drastically in the 1950s. Today, this species and fishery are thriving once again. More

sardines provide a great balance of Omega 3 Fatty Acids, are an excellent source of protein without saturated fats and also include Calcium, Vitamin D and Phosphorus. More

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Sardines in the Pacific Sardines in the Pacific An open sardine can An open sardine can Sardines on a plate Sardines on a plate Grilled sardines Grilled sardines Sardines or pilchards are a group of several types of small oily fish More

sardines at every meal or even every day. It simply refers to the food because of its nutritional powers, and because it attempts to add this type of nutritious variety to people’s diet, encouraging weight loss and overall health. More

sardine2n (Earth Sciences / Minerals) another name for sardThesaurusLegend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms Noun 1. sardinesardine - small fatty fish usually canned pilchardsaltwater fish - flesh of fish from the sea used as food 2. More

Sardines in the Pacific Sardines in the Pacific Sardine is a common, but imprecise term applied broadly to various small, edible, oily fish within the herring family Clupeidae, and especially the young, half-grown pilchard, Sardina pilchardus. More

The sardine, or pilchard, is an ocean going fish well known for traveling in large groups, or schools. The sardine is related to the herring, and sometimes canned fish labeled as sardine is actually herring. More

stating that a sardine is smaller than 6 inches (15 cm) , while if the fish is larger than 6", it is a pilchard, but it could also be called a sardine. More

La Sardine of Chicago a French bistro on the near West side: companion to Le Bouchon; two of the finest French restaurants in the region. More

THE GREATEST SARDINE SHOAL ON EARTH Visible even by satellite, these famous sardine shoals travel in seething masses stretching for up to fifteen kilometres in length, three and a half kilometres wide and nearly forty metres deep. More

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sardine can labels on the internet. Sardineking specializes in old Cannery Row, Monterey, California sardine can labels from the 1920-1940s. More

Home > Nationwide > More Info - La SardineE-mail this page La Sardine = 111 N Carpenter St Chicago, IL 60607 Map * (312) 421-2800 * Visit Web Site More

SardineKnife Jig is ideal for reaching deeper depths without excessive weights. The tail weighted design and long, thin body allows even light tackle enthusiasts a chance to target deep?water fish. More

I admit that sardines have not, historically, been my favorite lunch. But, recently when searching for non-dairy dietary sources of calcium, the formerly lowly sardine started rising in my estimation. More

Sardine is awesome. Really cool interior/use of space, cool location by the lake and the food is really good. The cheese spreads are phenomenal and the bread is also pretty slick. A little tip- the mussel appetizer is the best deal there. More

* Sardine Egg Distribution Maps and Biomass Surveys * Sardine Symposium 2000, May 23 - 25, 2000 Fisheries Resources Division Southwest Fisheries Science Center 8604 La Jolla Shores Drive La Jolla, CA More

The Sardine Room has developed a reputation as one of the premier restaurants in West Michigan with its great food, cozy atmosphere and professional, friendly service. More

Fresh Sardines for superior levels of Amino and Essential Fatty Acids. Finely Ground, Fresh Sardine Bones for optimum levels of Calcium. Ingredients: Whole Sardines (Includes bones and innards). More

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Common names

Amoni in Ewe (Ɛʋɛgbɛ)
bigtoothed pellonula in English
Gbodo in Other
Honoumassaè in Fon
Honoumassaè in Fon GBE
Isoun in Ijo
Njasaan in Wolof (Wollof)
Ntita in Igbo
Pellonale in French (français)
Pelonula žravá in Czech (česky)
Pelonula žravá in Czech (česky)
Salanpore in Yoruba (Yorùbá)
Samba amul kawar in Wolof (Wollof)
Sardine in English
Sardine in French (français)
sprat in English
sprat in French (français)
Stortandet pellonula-sild in Danish (dansk)
Taga rana in Hausa (‫هَوُسَ)
Worongi in Hausa (‫هَوُسَ)
大齒寬頜鯡 in Mandarin Chinese
大齿宽颌鲱 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Clupeiformes
Family : Clupeidae
Genus : Pellonula
Species : Pellonula vorax
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