Etrumeus

noun Etru·me·us \ə̇-ˈtrümēəs\

Definition of Etrumeus

  1. :  a genus of rather small chiefly tropical marine fishes (family Dussumieriidae) that includes round herrings of economic importance especially in parts of the Pacific — see japanese herring

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