Coregonus

The genus contains at least described extant taxa, but the true number of species is a matter of debate. Suvun lajeja esiintyy laajalti halki pohjoisen pallonpuoliskon pohjoisosien viileissä järvivesissä. Jotkin lajit elävät myös meressä ja jokisuissa ja nousevat sisävesiin kutemaan.

Unele specii sunt migratoare anadrome, altele dulcicole (mai ales lacustre). Au corp fusiform în secțiune oval, comprimat lateral. Solzii cicloizi relativ mari, cel .

Year, Scientific Name, English Name, Distribution, Max. Has been stocked into many other places in Europe outside its native range. North America: throughout Alaska and most of Canada south into New Englan the Great Lakes basin, and central Minnesota. Lake whitefish are found throughout northern North America.

They are found in cold waters from the Great Lakes north through almost all of Canada and into Alaska. Appearance: A small, slim, streamlined fish most easily confused with bleak or with small whitefish or peled. Unlike the bleak, the vendace is a member of the salmon family and thus has an.

Invasion of exotic species has caused the loss of biodiversity and imparts evolutionary and ecological changes in the introduced systems.

Coregonus albellus, Europe, SL. Summary of Invasiveness. Vendace (C. albula) is a salmonid fish with native distribution in northern . National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution (USNM) National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian . Inferred from Ancient Mitochondrial DNA.

Department Environmental Science, Integrative Prehistory and Archaeological Science, . Vessel details: COREGONUS. Find dead-weight-tonnage, Gross Tonnage and the Year of Build vessel details. Also known as a gwynia powan or shelly, the common whitefish is a member of the salmon family. It has a silver coloured streamlined body and darker coloured fins. In of the female lake whitefish, we also determined PCB concentrations in the somatic tissue and ovaries.

In addition, bioenergetics . Denikina N, Nebesnykh I, Maikova O, Dzyuba E, Belkova N. Diplomonadida are primitive flagellate protozoa, among which both commensals and pathogens . Superorder Protacanthopterygii. Taxonomic Status: valid”. Size, Weight, and Age Range.

The lavaret varies from olive-green to light brownish-grey, with silver sides and a white underside.