Coregonus fontanae

Coregonus fontanae is highly dwarfed, and is believed to be the world's smallest type of cisco.

The Coregonus fontanae lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater, depth range - 3 m environment.

* Coregonus fontanae, Stechlin cisco * Coregonus gutturosus, kilch (extinct) * Coregonus heglingus * Coregonus hiemalis, Lake Geneva whitefish (extinct) * Coregonus hoferi * More

The silvery pink fish, dubbed Coregonus fontanae, was found to be distinct from a much larger cisco species from the same lake. Two new species of troutlike charr were discovered in alpine lakes in Germany and Switzerland. More

Order : Salmoniformes
Family : Salmonidae
Genus : Coregonus
Species : Coregonus fontanae
Authority : Schulz & Freyhof, 2003