"During a revisionary study of Sardinella, 21 specimens of a clupeid fish
from the Philippines were found to be characterized by a unique combination of scales with centrally discontinuous striae, a dark spot on the dorsal-fin origin, and low counts of lateral scales in the longtitudinal and pseudobranchial filaments.
Diet of the Clupeid fish
Platanichthys platana (Regan, 1917) in two different Brazilian coastal lagoons.
Recent range expansion of the freshwater mussel Anodonta implicata and its relationship to clupeid fish
restoration in the Connecticut River system.
Because of the often-limited supply and expense of clupeid fish
baits, a fish + formulated bait combination can extend the supply of fish while maintaining a high bait margin.
The length-length relationships have been reported to be significantly correlated in other studies such as the relationships between total, fork and standard length were all linear (for all cases: r2 greater than 0.93) for 37 fish species including the clupeid fish
Sardinella aurita, in the Aegean Sea, Greece (Moutopoulos and Stergiou, 2002).
DEPM has so far been applied mainly to some clupeid fish
populations and is expected to be applied to other fish species including demersal fish (Stratoudakis et al., 2006).
Laboratory rearing of the clupeid fish
Harengula pensacolae from fertilized eggs.
Moreover, clupeid fishes
, fish juveniles, hard parts, Penaeid shrimps, euphausid and lucifer and Loligo spp.
Merriner (1975) examined the diet of weakfish captured in North Carolina waters and found that penaeid and mysid shrimps, anchovies, and clupeid fishes
were the most common food items.
Houde E, Fore P (1973) Guide to identity of eggs and larvae of some Gulf of Mexico Clupeid fishes
Thread herrings, Opisthonema spp., are small, nearshore, pelagic clupeid fishes
that form dense, surface schools in tropical to subtropical coastal waters.
In Brazil, the parasitic fauna of clupeid fishes
is poorly known, with most studies of taxonomy origin, performed by Vaz and Pereira (1930), Kohn and Buhrnheim (1964), Travassos et al.