Bali sardinella

Sardinella lemuru

''Sardinella lemuru'' is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus ''Sardinella'' found in the Eastern Indian Ocean and in the Western Pacific Ocean, in the area that stretches from southern Japan through the Malay Archipelago to the western Australia.
Bali Sardines - Sardinella lemuru A closer picture of the packed shoal of Sardines.  When they are closely packed together, it is hardly possible to see through the 'wall'.  And when swimming with the Sardines, its also like swimming in the water full of fish poo! Bali sardinella,Fish,Geotagged,Moal-Boal,Philippines,Sardinella lemuru,Sardines,Summer,cebu

Uses

Bali sardinella is an important species used in Indonesian feed mills to supply shrimp feed, as well as in imported fishmeal. Bali sardinella is also eaten fresh or processed. Processed Bali sardinella may be found as canned, boiled-salted, or fish flakes.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionChordata
ClassActinopterygii
OrderClupeiformes
FamilyClupeidae
GenusSardinella
SpeciesS. lemuru
Photographed in
Philippines