Scientific Name
Thryssa chefuensis  
Thryssa chefuensis芝蕪稜鯷
by: Lab of Fish Ecol. and Evo., BRCAS
Author (Günther, 1874) Depth 0 - 20M
Chinese 芝蕪稜鯷 Poisonous Fish No 
Family_Chinese 鯷科 Economic Fish Yes 
Family F095 Engraulidae Edible Fish Yes  Chinese In Mainland China 芝蕪稜鯷 
Max Length 10.7 cm  Aquarium Fish No  Common Name 突鼻仔、含西 
Distribution in World Australia   Distribution in Taiwan West、South、North、PonFu 
Habitats Coastal  Holotype Locality Chefoo, Shantung Province, China 
Synonyms Engraulis chefuensis, Engraulis koreanus, Thrissa kammalensis   
Reference 臺灣魚類誌(沈等, 1993);中國動物誌-鱘形目;海鰱目;鯡形目及鼠鱚目(張, 2001)  Günther, A. 1874 沈世傑 編 Shih-Chieh Shen ed. 1993 張世義 編著 2001 
Specimen List ASIZP0056976. ASIZP0057319. ASIZP0057610. ASIZP0059877. ASIZP0062717. ASIZP0064734. ASIZP0064799. ASIZP0064801. ASIZP0064883. ASIZP0064934. ASIZP0068528. ASIZP0068609. ASIZP0068652. ASIZP0068657. ASIZP0068695. ASIZP0068792. ASIZP0068799. ASIZP0068932. ASIZP0068933. ASIZP0068934. ASIZP0068935. ASIZP0068936. ASIZP0068937. ASIZP0068938. ASIZP0078897. ASIZP0079995. ASIZP0700340. ASIZP0800304. ASIZP0800305. ASIZP0800307. ASIZP0800310. ASIZP0800482. ASIZP0807309. ASIZP0910482. ASIZP0917309. FRIP01013. FRIP01014. ...List all 50 records... 
Barcode2012-01-02,柯慧玲,CO1,100% 2015-12-09,Chia-Hao Chang,CO1,100%
Common Name Chefoo thryssa 
Redlist Status NL Not in IUCN Redlist     
Characteristic Body fairly compressed, Belly with 16 to 18 prepelvic and 9 or 10 postpelvic scutes; total number of scutes 22 to 25 keeled scutes from isthmus to anus. Maxilla short, not reaching back beyond hind border of pre-operculum; first supra-maxilla long, at least half length of second. Teeth small or minute, not canine-like. gill rakers on first gill arch 26 to 32, with serrae not distinctly clumped. A dark blotch posterior to upper part of gill opening, usually joined to a dark saddle on nape.
habitats Presumably marine, pelagic and schooling, but more data needed based on correct identifications. 
Distribution Distributed in tropical water of Western Pacific, from Viet Nam to Korea. It is common in the northtern, western and southern parts Taiwan. 
Utility Marketed fresh, dried, dried-salted, or made into fish meal, fish sauce, or fish balls.