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Sardines, or pilchards, are common names used to refer to various small, oily fish within the .... each successive person who finds the hidden one packs into the same space until there is only one l...

When is a pilchard not a pilchard? When it's a sardine! Sales of the ...

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Nov 1, 2014 ... The fisherman admits, though, that the two fish are "essentially the same": a pilchard is just a sardine that is more than six inches long.

Sardines, sprats and pilchards: Cooking Wiki - Cookipedia

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Apr 1, 2014 ... The distinction between Sardines, sprats, & pilchards seems slightly unclear, however, in culinary terms this should not concern us!

Herring, sardine, pilchard, anchovy - how are they different?

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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, ...

What's the difference between a sardine and an anchovy? | Cookthink

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... Mediterranean origins, the sardine and the anchovy are not the same fish. ... The name "sardine" may be a reference to the Sardinian coast, where pilchards ...

Sardine, European pilchard, sardines | Marine Conservation Society

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Pilchards usually mature at a length of around 15 cm. Young pilchard are often referred to as sardine. They spawn in batches in spring and summer in the open  ...

When Is a Sardine a Sardine? | San Diego Reader

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Feb 8, 2012 ... Is there a breed of fish called a sardine, or are they called that only after ... the “ true” sardine; that's a fish the Brits call a pilchard, we call a sardine. ... experiencing their dreaming world in the same way they experience their ...

Difference between sardines and pilchards | eHow UK

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Sardines and pilchards are in the same species, though various sub-species exist of each type. In general, sardines and pilchards vary in size, colour and habitat.

What is the difference between boquerones, sardines and ...

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Aug 23, 2006 ... Read the What is the difference between boquerones, sardines and ... the young of the pilchard (Sardina pilchardus) ... in North America, cans juvenile ... only one specific fish is a boquerone which is the same as an anchovy?

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Sardines/Pilchards - M&J Seafood

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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.

Cornish Sardines Pilchard | Buy Cornish Pilchard Online

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Most unusually, these are NOT in a can, but just as they came out of the sea. Sardines and pilchards are essentially the same fish. In fact, the fish landed in ...

What is a Pilchard? (with pictures) - wiseGEEK

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A pilchard is a type of small, oily fish that is often eaten in the same way as sardines. There are several different species of...