Neosalanx taihuensis

The Neosalanx taihuensis lives in the demersal, freshwater environment.

Neosalanx taihuensis, based on cytochrome b sequences The Salangid icefish Neosalanx taihuensis (Salangidae) is an economically important fish, which is endemic to China, restricted to large freshwater systems (e.g. lakes, large rivers and estuaries) and typically exhibit low vagility. More

home » tools » fish mapper » neosalanx taihuensis distribution map Fish mapper Neosalanx taihuensis distribution map = Examine the distribution of Neosalanx taihuensis on a satellite image produced from data held by FishBase from museum collections then click More

Neosalanx taihuensis, based on cytochrome b sequences = Liang Zhao1,3,4 email, Jie Zhang2 email, Zhijin Liu1 email, Stephan M Funk5 email, Fuwen Wei1 email, Muqi Xu1 email and Ming Li1 email 1Key laboratory of Animal Ecology and Conservation Biology, Institute More

The Salangid, Neosalanx taihuensis, is one of the most important commercial species in this family. The dry or frozen salangids are good materials in Chinese food, and they are also exported to Japan and other southern-east Asia countries. More

Neosalanx taihuensis, in Lake Fuxian . More

Neosalanx taihuensis into reservoirs and lakes in most areas of China. The present study aims to provide basic information on production, management strategies and biological characteristics in target reservoirs and lakes in China and guide introduction and management practices of the fish. More

Neosalanx taihuensisNeosalanx tangkahkeii taihuensis Chen, 1954; (valid as) Neosalanx taihuensis Zhang & Quao, 1994; (valid as) Neosalanx tangkahkeii taihuensis Zhang & Quao, 1994; (valid as) - Neosalanx tangkahkeiiProtosalanx tangkahkeii Wu, 1931; (valid as) Neosalanx More

Neosalanx taihuensis, based on cytochrome b sequences Author: Zhao Liang ; Zhang Jie ; Liu Zhijin ; Funk Stephan ; Wei Fuwen ; Xu Muqi ; Li Ming Journal: BMC Evolutionary Biology Year: 2008 Vol: 8 Issue: 1 Pages/record No. More

Neosalanx taihuensis (Salangidae) in Lake Fuxian, China. J. Freshwater Ecol. 22(3):365-370. Quayle, J.F., Ramsay, L.R., and Fraser, D.F. 2007. Trend in the status of breeding bird fauna in British Columbia, Canada, based on the IUCN Red List Index method. Conserv. Biol. More

invasion of Neosalanx taihuensis since 1982 in a deep oligotrophic plateau lake, Lake Fuxian in the subtropical China. Journal of environmental sciences (China) 2005;17(3):389-94. More

Common names

太湖新銀魚 in Mandarin Chinese
太湖新银鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Osmeriformes
Family : Salangidae
Genus : Neosalanx
Species : Neosalanx taihuensis
Authority : Chen, 1956