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Species related to Alosa sapidissima: [ 3 ] records


indigena, Clupea Mitchill [S. L.] 1814:21 [22] [Report, in part, of Samuel L. Mitchill; ref. 3030] New York, U.S.A. No types known. On p. 22 of 1898 reprint. Also in Mitchill 1815:454 [ref. 13292]. •Synonym of Alosa sapidissima (Wilson 1811) -- (Whitehead 1985:206 [ref. 5141] with question, Smith 1986:71 [ref. 22186]). Current status: Synonym of Alosa sapidissima (Wilson 1811). Alosidae. Habitat: freshwater, brackish, marine.

praestabilis, Alosa DeKay [J. E.] 1842:255, Pl. 15 (fig. 41) [Zoology of New-York; ref. 1098] Eastern U.S.A. No types known. •Synonym of Alosa sapidissima (Wilson 1811) -- (Smith 1986:71 [ref. 22186], Whitehead 1985:206 [ref. 5141], Dorofeeva 1998:27 [ref. 23573]). Current status: Synonym of Alosa sapidissima (Wilson 1811). Alosidae. Habitat: freshwater, brackish, marine.

sapidissima, Clupea Wilson [A.] 1811:"Clupea" [The Cyclopedic; or, universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and letters.; ref. 17839] Probably Delaware River at Philadelphia, Pennslyvania, U.S.A. No types known. •Valid as Alosa sapidissima (Wilson 1811) -- (Lee et al. 1980:67 [ref. 22416], Eschmeyer & Herald 1983:71 [ref. 9277], Smith 1986:69 [ref. 22186], Whitehead 1985:206 [ref. 5141], Robins & Ray 1986:68 [ref. 23100], Scott & Scott 1988:109 [ref. 25518], McAllister 1990:51 [ref. 14674], Page & Burr 1991:34 [ref. 18983], Desfosse et al. in Jenkins & Burkhead 1994:225 [ref. 21581], Chereshnev 1996:599 [ref. 24659], Murdy et al. 1997:74 [ref. 23144], Reshetnikov et al. 1997:727 [ref. 24702], Dorofeeva 1998:27 [ref. 23573], Scott & Crossman 1998:128 [ref. 24570], Fuller et al. 1999:44 [ref. 25838], Lyons et al. 2000:64 [ref. 26594], Sheiko & Fedorov 2000:17 [ref. 25650], Chereshnev et al. 2001:35 [ref. 26736], Mecklenburg et al. 2002:136 [ref. 25968], Munroe in Collette & Klein-MacPhee 2002:125 [ref. 26158], Moyle 2002:117 [ref. 26449], Scharpf 2003:13 [ref. 26883], Munroe & Nizinski 2003:813 [ref. 26997], Wydoski & Whitney 2003:45 [ref. 27816], Nelson et al. 2004:67 [ref. 27807], Bogutskaya & Naseka 2004:34 [ref. 28183], Love et al. 2005:26 [ref. 37547], Scharpf 2005:9 [ref. 28940], Faria et al. 2006:301 [ref. 39548], McPhail 2007:46 [ref. 31199], Mecklenburg et al. 2011:117 [ref. 31212], Page & Burr 2011:150 [ref. 31215], Page et al. 2013:67 [ref. 32708], Parin et al. 2014:56 [ref. 33547], Pietsch & Orr 2015:19 [ref. 34694], Kells et al. 2016:92 [ref. 35888], Robins et al. 2018:72 [ref. 35886], Burton & Lea 2019:37 [ref. 37205], Dyldin et al. 2020:80, 96 [ref. 37569], Love et al. 2021:43 [ref. 39279], Dyldin et al. 2022:[15] [ref. 39193], Simian et al. 2022:374 [ref. 40776]). Current status: Valid as Alosa sapidissima (Wilson 1811). Alosidae. Distribution: Northwestern Atlantic: Labrador and Newfoundland (Canada) south to Florida (U.S.A.). Introduced into Pacific, there ranging now from Kamchatka (Russia) south to Baja California Sur (Mexico); also introduced elsewhere. Habitat: freshwater, brackish, marine.


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