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Synonyms for capelin

very small northern fish

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They found huge new markets for block-frozen female capelin and herring in the Far East.
Similar to the results for Pacific cod, pandalid shrimp and capelin were not important food of walleye pollock and arrowtooth flounder either (Fig.
Mr Prowel said the neighbour, an off-duty policeman, took hold of the golf club and told Capelin to take his dog to a vet for treatment to her bleeding head.
This includes anchovies, Alaska pollock, tuna, capelin, herring and mackerel.
1997): 1) cephalopods: squid and octopus; 2) flatfish: Pleuronectidae; 3) forage fish: Pacific herring (Clupea pallasi), Pacific sandlance (Ammodytes hexapterus), eulachon (Thaleichthys pacificus), and capelin (Mallotus villosus); 4) gadids: walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma), Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus), and other Gadidae, 5) hexagrammids: Atka mackerel (Pleurogrammus monopterygius) and other Hexagrammidae; 6) salmon: Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.
Age-0 arctic cod were exceptionally abundant and large in 1990, while age-0 capelin dominated in the other years.
PINRO specialists discovered in 2013, in the Kara Sea, significant reserves of saika, small concentrations of capelin, flounder, ruff, blue halibut and crab snowcorn opilio.
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Whale eats small fish apart from squid, krill, crab larvae, ghost shrimp and small bait fish such as capelin.
Every year, from June until September, 59,000 beluga whales congregate in Canada's Hudson Bay to feed on capelin fish; the world's largest gathering of the whale species.
Polar cod (Boreogadus saida) and capelin (Mallotus villosus) as key species in marine food webs of the Arctic and the Barents Sea.
However, other fish species that have not been identified as part of the harbor porpoise diet were abundant and ubiquitous in the trawls, including Pacific tomcod (dominant in both river areas), longfin smelt, Spirinchus thaleichthys, and capelin (both dominant in Grand Wash River), and snake prickleback (dominant in Esker Creek).
As the melting continues, a ripple of change reverberates through the flora and fauna that rely on sea ice as their habitat--the capelin and other fish that harvest the plankton along the ice's edge, the narwhals and beluga whales that swim below, and, of course, the polar bear, the king of the Arctic, sitting patiently on the shrinking ice, waiting for its prey.
Huge shoals of mackerel in the North Atlantic salmonfeeding grounds may be responsible for gobbling up the krill and capelin upon which salmon feed to survive.