Classification :
Eukarya - Opisthokonta - Animalia - Chordata - Vertebrata - Gnathostomata - Pisciformes - Actinopterygii - Clupeiformes - Engraulidae - Thrissina
 Thryssa Cuvier, 1829
accepted as Thrissina
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 Thryssa Cuvier, 1829
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■ Record acquisition rangeWith latitude and longitude information:0%
1.5 ~ 1.5 m
■ Record acquisition periodWith period:50%
1986/10/24 ~ 1986/10/24
* Date last modified:2017/09/06
■ Number of record2  
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Thryssa Cuvier, 1829 of literature
Aonuma, Y. and N. Yagishita (2013) Engraulidae. In: Nakabo, T. (ed.), Fishes of Japan with pictorial keys to the species, third edition. Tokai University Press, Hadano, 302-304, 1812-1813 (in Japanese).
Hata, H. and H. Motomura (2020)| Two new species of Thrissina (Clupeiformes: Engraulidae) from the northern Indian Ocean and redescription of Thrissina vitrirostris (Gilchrist and Thompson 1908). Ichthyological Research, 67, 155-166.
Nelson, J. S. (2006) Fishes of the world, 4th edition. John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey. 601 pp.
Whitehead, P. J. P., Nelson, G. J. and F. Wongratana (1988) Clupeoid Fishes of the World. An Annoted and Illustrated Catalogue of the Herrings, Sardines, Pilchards, Sprats, Anchovies and Wolf herrings. Volume 7 Part 2. Engraulididae. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, 305-579.
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