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 ...
The European pilchard is a small, shoaling fish which has a high level of ... This
species is found throughout Europe, particularly in the warmer waters of the ...
A species of sardine found in Europe. It is the local name in Great Britain and
Pilchards, or sardines, are small, oily fish of the family Clupeidae. Pilchards eat a
variety of tiny ... the water, as they swarm through the water in schools, or on the
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Pilchards are small-sized fish found in Stranded Deep. They can be found
dwelling in the...
Pilchards are small oily fish rich in vitamins and found all over the world. Here,
we discuss about the life, characteristics, habitat and commercial use of these ...
Jun 2, 2008 ... Sardines are thought to have been named after the island of Sardinia, where the
pilchards were once found in abundance and were one of the ...
Schools of juvenile fish tend to be separated from adults and are found closer
inshore, typically associated with estuaries and rivers. Pilchards usually mature
Up-to-date information can be found elsewhere in Te Ara. ... The pilchard,
sardine, or Picton herring, Sardinia neopilchardus (mohimohi of the Maori), is 5–