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Encrasicholina purpurea, Nehu

Author David Starr Jordan (1851–1931) Barton Warren Evermann (1853–1932)
English: Anchovia purpurea (Fowler)
Subject: Anchovies
Tag: Fish
Date 1905
English: Jordan, David Starr; Evermann, Barton Warren (1905) Shore Fishes of the Hawaiian Islands, With a General Account of the Fish Fauna, Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, vol. 23 for 1903, part I, Washington, DC: Government Printing Office

The Nehu, Encrasicholina purpurea, is a ray-finned fish from the family of anchovies (engraulidae) and the order of Clupeiformes. This fish can reach the length of 7 cm. The species is found in seawater and brackish water. The fish prefers a tropical climate and lives mainly in the Pacific. Order: Clupeiformes, Family: Engraulidae, Genus: Encrasicholina, Species: Encrasicholina purpurea (Fowler, 1900)
Stolephorus purpureus
Anchovia purpurea

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