Osmerus eperlanus

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Noun1.Osmerus eperlanus - the common smelt of Europe
smelt - small trout-like silvery marine or freshwater food fishes of cold northern waters
genus Osmerus, Osmerus - type genus of the Osmeridae
European smelt, sparling - common smelt of Europe
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Daily growth increments in the otoliths of European smelt Osmerus eperlanus larvae.
2005: Vertical and horizontal distribution of smelt (Osmerus eperlanus) and implications of distribution patterns for stock assessment.
The effects of commercial preparations containing two different GnRH analogues and dopamine antagonists on spermiation and sperm characteristics in the European smelt Osmerus eperlanus (L.).
* smelt (Osmerus eperlanus L.) from the rivermouth area of the Kokemaenjoki-Kumoalv in the Bothnian Sea (RKK), Peimari-Pemarn (A-AS), Tvarminne (H-Tva), Vaike Vain (VV), and south-western coastal freshwater basin of Pargas-Parainen (PP);
The data available on fish biomass distribution (Rumyantsev, 2002) show a possible correlation between seal habitat use in winter and concentration of fish species such as European smelt (Osmerus eperlanus), vendace (Coregonus albula), and European whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus spp.).
In the case of the teleostean order Osmeriformes, the lower C-value has been described for the anadromous Osmerus eperlanus (Osmeridae) with 0.62 pg (607.6 Mbp) whereas the higher C-value was described for the marine Bathylagus pacificus (Bathylagidae) with 3.2 pg (3,136 Mbp) (Gregory, 2007).
Food and growth of age-0 smelts, Osmerus eperlanus, in a Norwegian fjord lake.
Although there is almost no fishing in the Danish sector, fish species such as eels (Anguilla anguilla), smelts (Osmerus eperlanus), various flatfish, shrimp and a number of other species of bivalves and crustaceans are caught in the German and Dutch sectors.