Food consumption of vendace Coregonus
albula larvae in Lake Lentua, Finland.
Illustration first published as Coregonus
quadrilateralis by Jordan and Evermann (1911:plate 7).
The effect of intermittent feeding on feed intake and compensatory growth of whitefish Coregonus
More typically, they arrive in late April, following the run of lake whitefish, Coregonus
Alizarin marking of whitefish, Coregonus
lavaretus, otoliths during egg incubation.
In the freshwater rivers of Avak Inlet, spotted seals are known to eat Bering ciscos, Coregonus
laurettae, and other fish (Nelson(12)).
sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria; Alaska sheefish, Stenodus leucichthys; pomfret, Brama japonica; and whitefish, Coregonus
Peipsi as its erstwhile competitor, the vendace Coregonus
albula, is rare nowadays.
About 10 years later in the 1963, the potential hazards botulism and the need for research blew wide open after several incidents of botulism poisoning and deaths in the Great Lakes area resulted from mishandling and improper storage of hot-smoked lake chubs and whitefish (Leucichthys and Coregonus
Feeding ecology of Coregonus
albula and Osmerus eperlanus in the limnetic waters of Lake Malaren, Sweden.
Evaluating otolith analysis for bloater Coregonus
hoyi: do otoliths ring true?