eulachon

Waters:Northern Atlantic and Pacific Waters (during spawning season smelt migrate to fresh Waters) Description (in water): This slender, nearly translucent silver-green fish averages 6 to 8 inches in length and weighs less than half a pound. Description (in market): The off-white flesh of the smelt is soft and oily with a mild, delicate flavor. The bones are soft and edible (they soften more when cooked). ...

Eulachon

The eulachon (Thaleichthys pacificus), also oolichan, hooligan, ooligan, or candlefish, is a small anadromous ocean fish, a smelt found along the Pacific coast of North America from northern California to Alaska. ==Etymology== The common names of this fish have a somewhat confusing relationship. The name `candlefish` derives from it being so fat.....
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Eulachon

• (n.) The candlefish. [Written also oulachan, oolacan, and ulikon.] See Candlefish.
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Eulachon

Eu'la·chon noun [ Native Indian name.] (Zoology) The candlefish. [ Written also oulachan , oolacan , and ulikon .] See Candlefish .
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Eulachon

A rich and oily mild-flavored variety of smelt fish. The eulachon is also called the 'candlefish' because Indians sometimes run a wick through their high-fat flesh and use them for candles.
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eulachon

small fish of northwestern North America
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eulachon

species of smelt (q.v.).
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