Category:Sardines

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Deutsch: Sardine, Sardinen
English: The word, sardine is a term of convenience rather than a taxonomic unit, since the two species most commonly named 'sardine', the European pilchard or true sardine (Sardina pilchardus) and the South American pilchard or Pacific sardine (Sardinops sagax) belong to diferent genera.
sardine 
common names used to refer to various small, oily forage fish within the herring family of Clupeidae
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Instance ofoily fish
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sardina (es); 沙甸魚 (yue); Sardin (ms); Sardine (de); sardine (en-gb); Hernen (kw); Sardalya (tr); サーディン (ja); Сардини (uk); ಬೂತಾಯಿ (tcy); Sardiinit (fi); Sardine (en-ca); Sardinka (cs); சாளை (ta); Sadin (ht); Аҭлаҧс (ab); Cá mòi (vi); ปลาซาร์ดีน (th); Sarden (id); სარდინები (ka); ساردین (fa); sardinha (pt); Sardinha (pt-br); Sardîn (cy); Sardinas (war); sardynka (pl); മത്തി (ml); sardien (nl); сардина (mk); Zitye (sn); Сардина (ru); Pilséar (ga); sardine (en); سردين (ar); Tarsulo (gom); Sardino (eo) pez de la familia de los clupeidos (es); نوع من انواع الأسماك (ar); ചില ചെറിയ മത്സ്യങ്ങളെ കുറിക്കുന്ന സാധാരണ പേര് (ml); common names used to refer to various small, oily forage fish within the herring family of Clupeidae (en) pilchard (en); السردين, السردينة (ar); паламида (mk)

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