Vendace

Coregonus albula, known as the vendace or as the European cisco, is a species of freshwater whitefish in the family Salmonidae. It is found in lakes in northern Europe, especially Finlan Sweden, Russia and Estonia, and in some lakes of Norway, the United Kingdom, northern Germany and Poland. Coregonus_vandesius Bufret Lignende Oversett denne siden Coregonus vandesius, the vendace , is a freshwater whitefish found in the United Kingdom.

The main threats it faces are . Fishes › V Bufret Lignende Oversett denne siden Unlike the bleak, the vendace is a member of the salmon family and thus has an adipose fin.

Distinguished from the whitefish and peled by its much longer lower jaw. In the whitefish the upper jaw is longer and in the peled the jaws are of equal length. Colouring: Back dark bluish green or brownish, sides silvery and belly . The fins are grey in colour becoming darker towards the margins. It has large eyes, a relatively small mouth and an adipose fin.

Other common names for . It is an obligate planktivore with characteristics. Taxonomic Notes: Available data do not allow to distinguish C.

A very high variability is reported for all morphological characters between the many populations referred to C. Further studies are needed to. Vendace , or “muikku” in Finnish, is not only a very tasty little fish but also a central part of any visit to the Saimaa area in Lakelan Finland. Food and drink glossary on Nordic Recipe Archive: information about vendace. Vendace is a small, freshwater whitefish related to salmon.

Vendace (also called “white fish”) is usually pan-fried . They live throughout northern Europe and feed on plankton. The Vendace fish (Coregonus albula) is one of three whitefish species native to the British Isles. The preferred habitat of the Vendace fish is deep cold lakes, where it feeds on planktonic crustaceans, such as copepods. I had not before coming to Finland.

I am embarrassed as a foodie to admit that I could not have even told you that vendace is a fish. In Finlan vendace goes by the name of muikku (Finnish) or siklöja . Pollan (Coregonus autumnalis), another Coregonid fish, is only found in Irish waters. Both vendace and powan are commonly associated with . Infraphylum Gnathostomata.

Superclass Osteichthyes. However last month conservationists in the Lake District discovered what they believe is a .

The Environment Agency, working with the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, have captured a vendace on film for the first time while conducting a water quality survey in the Lake District. Vendace definition, a whitefish, Coregonus vandesius, inhabiting lakes in Scotland and England.