Caspian shad

Alosa caspia is a shad living in the Caspian Sea

Caspian shad winter at depths of 30-40 m or more and prefer temperatures not less than 8-11°C. More

Aspects of the topic Caspian shad are discussed in the following places at Britannica. More

Facts about Caspian shad: migration, as discussed in clupeiform (fish): Migration: = ... More

group consists of sprats, caspian shad and some types of gobies. Anadromous fishes. These fishes live in the sea until their sexually mature, and for breeding, they migrate upstream the rivers to spawning places. Lamprey, salmon, sturgeons (except sterlets), black-backed shad, black sea roach and others. More

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Order : Clupeiformes
Family : Clupeidae
Genus : Alosa
Species : Alosa caspia
Authority : Eichwald, 1838