Sardinops, and the fishery protection vessels Patella, Pelagus and. From Wordnik.com. [ANC Daily News Briefing] Reference
I think they are probably the Sardinops sagax, aka the Pacific Sardine. From Wordnik.com. [Do sardines exist?] Reference
(Sardinops sagax caeruleus) life cycle with the Gulf of California pelagic environment. From Wordnik.com. [California Current large marine ecosystem] Reference
Sardinops and Africana, the polar supply vessel SA Agulhas, and the fisheries research ship Algoa. From Wordnik.com. [ANC Daily News Briefing] Reference
According to my fishmonger, the fresh sardines I ate for lunch today were Pacific sardines, Sardinops sagax. From Wordnik.com. [Do sardines exist?] Reference
Sinopsis de datos biologicos y pesqueros de la sardina Sardinops sagax (Jenyns, 1842) en el Pacifico suroriental. From Wordnik.com. [Humboldt Current large marine ecosystem] Reference
Comparison of the food and the filtering mechanism of pilchard (Sardinops ocellata) and anchovy (Engraulis capensis) off South West Africa, 1971-1972. From Wordnik.com. [Benguela Current large marine ecosystem] Reference
While the local Sardinops sagax are excellent, the Sardina pilchardus that are available throughout the Iberian peninsula and France deserve special recognition as the "true sardine.". From Wordnik.com. [Do sardines exist?] Reference
Four of the seven marine vessels used mainly for research to determine fishing quotas were not seaworthy, while the remaining three - the Algoa, Africana and Sardinops - were not being used. From Wordnik.com. [ANC Daily News Briefing] Reference
Forty-two percent of the diet of the black-footed penguin is small shoaling fish, with 25 species of fish, including anchovies (Engraulis capensis) and sardines (Sardinops sagax) being recorded, as well as 18 species of crustaceans, three species of squid, and one species of polychaete worm. From Wordnik.com. [Black-footed penguin] Reference
(2007) Anchovy (Engraulis ringens) and sardine (Sardinops sagax) spatial dynamics and aggregation patterns in the Humboldt Current ecosystem, Peru, from 1983-2003. From Wordnik.com. [PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles] Reference
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