(1) The South African sardine, also known as the pilchard , is usually found in huge shoals in the upper layers of the ocean.(2) Lastly, horse mackerel's acidity level is higher than pilchard causing a corrosive action when the fish is canned.(3) The main species harvested are hake, horse mackerel and pilchard , whilst other species such as monk, anchovy, tuna and sole also contribute to this sector.(4) After migrating to the ocean, the maturing adults feed on large zooplakton, herring, pilchard , sandlance and other fishes, squid, and crustaceans.(5) South Africa this week granted Namibia limited access to anchovy and pilchard .(6) The coastal dwellers also catch pilchard and white fish.(7) The officials claimed that the seals prefer pilchard , small hake and horse mackerel.(8) He pointed out that 100 tonnes of diesel is now being released in a relatively shallow area which is also a major spawning area for pilchards .(9) A career in writing is not all about living on baked beans and pilchards .(10) I had my big beach rod, and was fishing with pilchards , casting out as far as I could.(11) When you buy sardines from France, Portugal or Spain, you're really getting pilchards , a smaller and fatter variety of herring.(12) The Gauteng health department has recalled a batch of botulism-tainted pilchards for laboratory testing after an incident in which two East Rand children were poisoned last week.(13) Herring and other clupeids such as pilchards and sardines have a sophisticated auditory system.(14) The fish stalls sell pilchards , mackerel and squid, which are the best baits for general ledger fishing, taking most species including conger and moray eels.(15) I have witnessed with my own eyes a colleague eating a pot noodle mixed with pilchards straight out of the tin.(16) Both white fish (such as haddock, plaice, halibut and sole) and oily fish (such as sardines, salmon, trout, pilchards and mackerel) are valuable sources of protein, vitamins and minerals.