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Sardinella albella

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Kingdom  Animalia
Family  Clupeidae
Scientific name  Sardinella albella
Rank  Species
Class  Actinopterygii
Genus  Sardinella
Phylum  Chordata
Order  Clupeiformes
Similar  Sardinella, Goldstripe sardinella, Sardinella melanura, Sardinella fimbriata, Sardinella sindensis

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The white sardinella, (Sardinella albella), also known as Deep-bodied sardine, Perforated-scale sardine or Short-bodied sardine, is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella. It is an important food fish, which can be feed as dried, salted, or fresh forms.

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Description

It is distributed throughout the Indo-West Pacific oceans from Madagascar, around India, Sri Lanka, and eastward to Indonesia, Taiwan and south to Papua New Guinea.

It is a small schooling fish found in depth of 20-50m. Maximum length do not exceed 21.5 cm. The fish has 13 to 21 dorsal soft rays and 12 to 23 anal soft rays. There is a dark spot at origin part of dorsal fin. It feeds on small planktons.

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Sardinella albella Wikipedia


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