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Shad fall herring
   NamebankID: 882679
   LSID:  urn:lsid:ubio.org:namebank:882679   (view metadata)
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Classification: (According to: Species2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2007)
  Animalia
    Chordata
      Actinopterygii
        Clupeiformes
          Clupeidae
            Alosa
              Alosa mediocris (Mitchill, 1814)


Alternate Classifications:
Fish: W.T. Eschmeyer
PreUnion
Species2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2008
Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS)



Synonyms:
Alosa mediocris
Alosa mediocris (Mitchill, 1814)
Clupea mediocris Mitchill, 1814
Clupea mediocris



Common Names:
Czech | Danish | English | Finnish | French | German | Italian | Mandarin Chinese | Polish | Portuguese | Russian | Spanish | Swedish
 
Czech
    Placka prostrední
    Placka prostřední
Danish
    En art stamsild
    Vestatlantisk stamsild
English
    Fall herring
    Herring
    Shad
    Shad herring
    bonejack
    freshwater taylor
    hickory jack
    hickory shad
Finnish
    Hikkorisilli
French
    Alose matte
    Hareng
    Matowacca
    Alose américaine
    Alose médiocre
German
    Westatlantische Alse
Italian
    Alosa
Mandarin Chinese
    北美西鲱
    隆背大眼鲱
    北美西鯡
    隆背大眼鯡
Polish
    Aloza chikora
Portuguese
    Sável-de-salto
    Sável de salto
Russian
    хикори
Spanish
    Alosa mediocre
Swedish
    Hickorysill



Associated Taxonomic Groups
Pisces



Associated Languages
English



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Shad fall herringAug 26, 2003 Species 2000
 



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