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Vendace is the vernacular name of the Coregonus albula, a species of Coregonus.

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Google previewFish Status Survey of Nordic Lakes (2000)

Species Composition, Distribution, Effects of Environmental Changes

Vendace is a small (< 0.1 kg) coregonid species with eastern European distribution and is found e.g. in all the Baltic countries. In F ennoscandia it is commonly found in large and deep oligotrophic and mesotrophic lakes in Sweden and Finland, but not in the...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of Scotland (1813)

And of the Islands in the British Seas by Nicholas Carlisle

but is esteemed more delicate, and is called Vendace or Vendise. Upon a Peninsula of this Loch stands the Castle, which is by far the largest and strongest of any on the Border, next to Carlisle, against which it was a frontier garrison. This Castle wasalso built by King Robert BRUCE, and before the Union of the Crowns , a garrison of 200 men was constantly kept in it. The Governor had a Salary of £ 300. Scotch, together with the fishing of the Lochs. The Earl of HoPEToun is Keeper ...

Google previewJournal through the counties of Berwick, Roxburgh, Selkirk, Dumfries, Ayr, Lanark, East, West, & Mid Lothians, in ... 1817, by W.G. (1818)

by William Glover (of Haddington.)

called the Castle Loch, it contains fifteen or sixteen different kinds of fish fit for the table, a- mongst which, there is a species which is supposed to be found no where in Britain, it resembles a small herring, both in appearanee and flavour, but is esteemed more delicate, and is called vendace, or vendice, several attempts have been made to transport them .to other lakes, but without success, as they die whenever touched. The Barony of Lochmabon, or the Four Towns as it is called, is a ...

Google previewUsing Dictionaries (1998)

Studies of Dictionary Use by Language Learners and Translators by B.T. Sue Atkins

Vendace is a common freshwater fish in Finland but a rare relic in the Anglo- Saxon context. (The overwhelming majority of the twenty odd references to vendace on the World WideWeb, for example, are to Finnish sources.) The users also resorted to learners' dictionaries in order to obtain information about subtle distinctions and specific usage such as large-/wide-/coarse-meshed or (of fish) hatch, or watercourse/waterway , as described above. An additional problem, of course, is the ...

Google previewAngling for Coarse Fish (1900)

A Practical Work on Fishing for Roach, Perch Etc., According to the Methods in Use on the Thames, Trent, Norfolk Broads and Elsewhere by John Bickerdyke

The Vendace is a member of the salmon tribe. It has an adipose fin, and breeds in autumn and winter. It attains a length of 9in., and is greenish blue or black on the upper half of the body, with belly silver, a glint of gold on sides, and dark fins. This and the three following fish are very similar in appearance, and are sometimes called fresh-water herrings. The vendace is found in certain lakes near Loch- maben, Dumfriesshire, in Derwentwater and the Bassenthwaite Lakes . It is only to ...

Google previewEcology and Animal Health (2012)

by Jeffrey M. Levengood, Leif Norrgren

Vendace is a pelagic freshwater species common in the coastal areas of Bothnian Bay. It is mainly fished for the roe, and the distribution is now mainly restricted to western part of the bay (Ask and Westerberg, 2008). As for herring, population size seems to be strongly related to climatic variation, although high fishing pressure also is a restricting factor. In 1990s the species was subjected to overfishing, but the situation has changed due to a number of strong year classes in the early ...

Google previewthe illustrated london almanack 1847 (1847)

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The vendace is a moderately good fi*h lo tut, but in no way particular as to flavour ; and the persona who introduced It into Lochmaben may have failed to take :uto account that it was being brought to a very different feeding -ground from that which it enjoyed in its Continental home. The professed naturalist, it may be remarked, arranges the Vend toe in the family of the Corrigonf. Another fresh- water herring may be here alluded to— viz., the powan of Locblomond, which is also worthy ...

Google previewThe Lakes Handbook (2008)

Limnology and Limnetic Ecology by Patrick O'Sullivan, C. S. Reynolds

Also, a new prey fish, the vendace, invaded the lake from introductions in small lakes draining into Inarijärvi. As stated above, vendace is the preferred prey for the piscivorous brown trout in southern Finnish lakes (Helminen ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopædia (1892)

Vendace ( Coregonut vandesius), a species or variety of the large genus Coregonus (q.v.), found in rivers and lakes of Sweden, and in the Castle Loch at Lochmaben in Scotland. It is popularly said to have been introduced at Lochmaben by Queen Mary ; but the statement rests on no authority. Like most of its congeners, the vendace is a palatable fish. Its food consists chiefly of minute crustaceans. It generally swims in shoals, often with a remarkable separation of the sexes. It attains a ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopaedia (1893)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge

Vendace (Coregonus vandesius), a species or variety of the large genus Coregonus (q.v.), found in rivers and lakes of Sweden, and in the Castle Loch at Lochmaben in Scotland. It is p0 ularly said to have been introduced at Lochma ) en by Queen Mary ; but the statement rests on no authority. Like most of its congeners, the vendace is a palatable fish. Its food consists chiefly of minute crustaceans. It generally swims in shoals, often with a remarkable separation of the sexes. It attains a ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopa︠e︡dia (1912)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge

Like most of its congeners, the vendace is a palatable fish. Its food consists chiefly of minute crustaceans. It generally swims in shoals, often with a remarkable separation of the sexes. It attains a ...

Google previewChamber's Encyclopœdia (1892)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge

Vendace (Coregonus vandesius), a species or variety of the large genus Coregonus (q.v.), found in rivers and lakes of Sweden, and in the Castle Loch at Lochnraben in Scotland. It is po ularly said to have been introduced at Lochma en by Queen Mary ; but the statement rests on no authority. Like nrost of its congeners, the vendace is a palatable fish. lts food consists chiefly of minute crustaceans. It enerally swims in shoals, often with a remarkabe separation of the sexes. It attains a ...

Google previewSaturday Review (1858)

Politics, Literature, Science and Art

The vendace is said never to have taken a bait—a statement which we consider just as questionable as Walton's observation that the Fordwich trout never takes a fly. The vendace is the Cyprinus lemiscus, and can be caught with the ordinary pastes ...

Google previewThe Illustrated London Almanack (1859)

by Jabez Hogg, James Glaisher

The vendace is a moderately good fUh to eat, buL in no way particular as to flavour ; and the persons who introduced It into Lochmaben muy have r.tiled to take into account that it was being* brought to ti very differ* nt foeding-ground from that which it enjoyed in Its Continental home. The professed naturalist, it may be remarked, arranges ...

Google previewThe Crown Encyclopedia and Gazetteer (1903)

A Reference Library of Universal Knowledge, Embracing Five Hundred Illustrations and Over Sixty-five Thousand Subjects, All Brought Down to the Date of Publication, with Ninety-six Colored Maps

Vendace, a species of fish found in rivers and lakes of Sweden, and in the Castle Loch -at Lochmaben in Scotland. It is popularly said to have been introduced at Lochmaben by Queen Mary; but the statement rests on no authority. Like most of its congeners, the vendace is a palatable fish. Its food consists chiefly of minute crustaceans. It generally swims in shoals, often with a remarkable separation of the sexes. It attains a length of 6—8 inches. Vendetta, a particular case of the wider ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Marine Mammals (2017)

by Bernd Würsig, J.G.M. Thewissen, Kit M. Kovacs

vendace (Coregonus albula), ruffe (Gymnocephalus cernuus), burbot (Lota lota), three spined stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus), perch (Perca ...

Google previewChambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 3 of 4: N-R)

by Various

thepollan,vendace,or Coregonus. Powder, pow′dėr, n. dust: anysubstance in fineparticles: gunpowder, amixtureof charcoal, sulphur, and saltpetre: hairpowder.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Inland Waters (2009)

the abundance ofyoung vendace(Coregonus albula) in the pelagiczone ofalake maybe influenced by oxygen conditions experiencedby the previous generation's adultsat the bottom of the watercolumn) to thousands of meters(e.g., the abundance of youngcoho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) inthe headwatersofa rivermay be influenced by barriers impeding progress of the previous generation's adults in the estuary). Figure 3 ...

Google previewNew Oxford Rhyming Dictionary (2012)

by Oxford University Press

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Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1902)

Latest Edition. A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature by Thomas Spencer Baynes

VENDACE is the name of a British freshwater fish of the ...

Google previewThe New American Encyclopaedia (1872)

A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge

VENDACE, the name given in Great Britain to a fish of the salmon family and genus core- genus (Cuv.). This fish, C. Willughbii ( Jard.), or C. albula (Cuv. and Val.), is 7 to 8 inches long, delicate greenish brown above, shading into silvery below, with the lower fins bluish white ; iris silvery, tinged with ...

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The value of this 7-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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