Sardines, or pilchards, are common names used to refer to various small, oily fish
within the herring family of Clupeidae. The term sardine was first used in ...
Nov 1, 2014 ... He lived down the coast and bought an old ring net from France and set out to
catch pilchards, which he re-branded as Cornish sardines. In the ...
They are both the same species, which has the Latin name Sardinus pilchardus.
The smaller fish are known as Sardines and the larger, older fish are Pilchards.
A pilchard, more commonly known as a sardine, is a type of small fish that's found
... Although there is some debate about the difference between a sardine and ...
Apr 1, 2014 ... The distinction between Sardines, sprats, & pilchards seems slightly unclear,
however, in culinary terms this should not concern us! Sardines ...
Oct 21, 2008 ... Herrings and pilchards are *Clupeiform" fish, which means they have true bone
skeletons and keen hearing and travel in very large schools, ...
... of the British Isles, in depths ranging between 10-100m (usually 25-55m by day
, rising to 10-35m at night). ... Young pilchard are often referred to as sardine.
Sardine is an imprecise term for any number of small, silvery saltwater fish ... The
name "sardine" may be a reference to the Sardinian coast, where pilchards ...
What's the difference between pilchards and sardines? ... have associated
sardines with a nice oily fish, while the neglected pilchard has been ...