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Food and growth of age-0 smelts, Osmerus eperlanus, in a Norwegian fjord lake.
Earlier research on smelt feeding in Lake Peipsi and in Lake Pihkva (Tikhomirova, 1974) showed that smelt larvae feed mainly on cladocerans (Bosmina, Chydorus, Daphnia cucullata, and Diaphanosoma brachyurum, occasionally Leptodora and Sida) and copepods (Diaptomus, Cyclops, Mesocyclops) during the spring-summer period.
The aim of the present study was to analyse the diet of smelt in Lake Peipsi.
The main commercial fishes in the lake are smelt, pikeperch, perch, bream, pike, ruffe, roach, and until the early 1990s also vendace.
The average lengths of smelt on different sampling dates were 333 mm.
Age 0+ smelt mainly consumed zooplankton (99%); chironomids, ostracods, and diatoms were taken in negligible amounts (Fig.
Kawahara and others said they conducted an experiment using cherry tomatoes that had taken in the antifreeze protein extracted from pond smelts through their roots.
01 gram of antifreeze protein per 1 gram of smelt, achieving the highest-ever extraction ratio.
Consequently, if you order a dish like the smelts, or a plate of taramasalata ($4.
Recommended items: Broiled thresher shark, chicken souvlaki, deep-fried cod and shrimp with fries, fried smelts in season with skordalia (garlic sauce), premises-baked baklava.