Araucanian herring

The Araucanian herring lives in the pelagic-neritic, marine, depth range 0 - 70 m environment.

Araucanian herring is fished mainly between 34°S and 40°S and had two distinguishable periods of high production. More

In both seasons araucanian herring (Strangomera bentincki) was the second most common prey iten. In contrast, at Pan de Azucar garfish (Scomberesox saurus) was the main prey item. More

Common names

Araucanian herring in English
Aringa cilena in Italian (Italiano)
Bentinku-nishin in Japanese (日本語)
Chilean herring in English
Chileense sprot in Dutch (Nederlands)
Chilenischer Hering in German (Deutsch)
Chilensk sild in Danish (dansk)
Chilensk sill in Swedish (Svenska)
Espadilha chilena in Portuguese (Português)
Espadilha-chilena in Portuguese (Português)
Hareng araucian in French (français)
Hareng du Chili in French (français)
Sardina in Spanish (español)
Sardina anchoa in Spanish (español)
Sardina araucana in Spanish (español)
Sardina común in French (français)
Sardina común in Spanish (español)
Sardina da invierno in Spanish (español)
Sardina de invierno in Spanish (español)
Sardina del sur in Spanish (español)
Śledź chilijski in Polish (polski)
智利鯡 in Mandarin Chinese
智利鲱 in Mandarin Chinese
貝氏智利鯡 in Mandarin Chinese
贝氏智利鲱 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Clupeiformes
Family : Clupeidae
Genus : Strangomera
Species : Strangomera bentincki
Authority : Norman, 1936