Coregonus vandesius, the vendace, is a freshwater whitefish found in the United Kingdom.

The Vendace lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater environment.

The Vendace is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.

The vendace (Coregonus albula) is a whitefish found in lakes and rivers in northern Europe, especially Finland, Sweden, Russia and Estonia, and in some lakes in England and northern Germany and Poland. The name is probably cognate with gwyniad. More

Its common name is vendace, which otherwise refers to Coregonus albula. Most authorities consider Coregonus vandesius to be a synonym of Coregonus albula: the use of C. More

Its common name is vendace, which otherwise refers to Coregonus albula. It is one of three species of whitefish in the UK. The species inhabits deep, cold lakes, and uses planktonic crustaceans, such as copepods,as its primary food source. More

VENDACE, the name of a British freshwater fish of the genus Coregonus, of which two other species are indigenous in the fresh waters of the British Islands, the gwyniad and the pollan. The vendace (C. More

The Vendace fish (Coregonus albula) is one of three whitefish species native to the British Isles. The preferred habitat of the Vendace fish is deep cold lakes, where it feeds on planktonic crustaceans, such as copepods. More

This vendace is one of the UK's rarest freshwater fish; it is a small, streamlined and slim fish with a bluish green back, a white belly and silvery flanks. The fins are grey in colour becoming darker towards the margins. More

Vendace Vendace can refer to either of two fish in the genus Coregonus:Coregonus albulaCoregonus vandesiusVendace can also refer to:USS Vendace (SS-430), a Tench-class submarine See more at More

Vendace habitats in northeastern Poland has been carried out on the basis of commercial fish catches from 1951 to 1994. More

The name Vendace was assigned to SS-430—a Tench-class submarine to be built at Philadelphia, Pa., by the Cramp Shipbuilding Co.—but the contract for her construction was cancelled on 29 July 1944. More

Description: The vendace is a small schooling fish that dwells in large and medium-sized lakes. It has silvery flanks with small scales and a superior mouth position. The mouth of the closely related whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus) is sub-terminal. More

Vendace Member of the salmon family, vendace (Coregonus albula) is a small freshwater fish found mainly in the lakes of northern Europe and Russia, but also in the Baltic Sea. The size of vendace ranges between 10 to 20 centimetres. More

vendace definition ven·dace (ven′dās′) noun pl. vendace -·dace′ or vendaces -·dac′es any of various European whitefishes (genus Coregonus) of the lakes of England and Scotland Etymology: OFr vandoise, dace . More

Common names

Vendace in English
文第斯白鮭 in Mandarin Chinese
文第斯白鲑 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Salmoniformes
Family : Salmonidae
Genus : Coregonus
Species : Coregonus vandesius
Authority : Richardson, 1836