10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GWYNIAD»
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Articles on Coregonus, Including: Coregonus Lavaretus, ...
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A history of British fishes
The Gwyniad of Wales was formerly very numerous in Llyn Tegid (Fair Lake), at
Bala, until the year 1803, when Pike were put into the lake, which have very
much reduced their numbers. Pennant considered the Gwyniad as the same with
Such cherished hopes may not be misplaced for in 1999 the fish turned up in the
River Tamar, in England, after not being recorded there for more than 120 years.
Gwyniad (Coregonus clupeoides pennantii) Nestling in a fold between the Aran ...
A Dictionary of the Welsh Language, Explained in English
(2u-ynsad y amor, the sen Whiting; gwyniad y gag, a salmon trout; gwyniad
pendeln, a quai». Gwyniaeth, s. m. (gwyn) Thc ас: oi' blessing; the state of being
blessed. Dru Ню!» nn or a allai рыдал perth n'r r'glwys. l пат-ь ar y ш i el. l,
First Catch Your Peacock: Her Classic Guide to Welsh Food
Schelly/Powan (Gwyniad) A lesser-known fish connected with Wales is the
enigmatic gwyniad, herring-like in size and shape, but whitish in colour, hence its
name in Welsh: gwyn (white) which the Ice Age in its retreat left behind in Lake
A new pocket dictionary of the Welsh and English languages: ...
i. a hecoming fanatic Gwynfydu, i'.n. to hecome fanatic Gwyngalch, a.
whitewashed G wyngalchiad, fi.m. a whitewashing Gwyngalchu, v. to whitewash
£ Gwyniad,— iaid, s.m. a whiting, a mearling. Gwyniad y mor, the sea whiting ;
gwyniad y ...
The Lakes of North Wales
This fact seems to have impressed subsequent travellers who, I would guess,
never saw a gwyniad. However, in 1756, Lord George Lyttleton of Hagley in
Worcestershire noted more than the gwyniad: 'What Bala is most famous for is the
The Oxford Companion to Food
gwyniad encountered dishes that recalled an African past, such as coo-coo, a
mush of okra and cornmeal (see maize). The stew called pepper pot originated in
Guyana. It took its flavours both from spices that were grown in the new colonies,
Alan Davidson, Tom Jaine, 2014
The Gwyniad and Vendace. There are also two fishes somewhat resembling a
herring, but having the dorsal fins peculiar to the salmonidte, the former called a
gwyniad, and the latter the vendace, both species found in some of our lakes ; but
Magazine of Zoology and Botany
The disagreement of the former with the Gwyniad or Coregonus of Wales, as
described by Pennant, was at the same time very obvious ; and from the
examination of an individual of the latter species, (lately favoured me by Mr
Yarrell,) and ...
Prideaux John Selby, George Johnston, Sir William Jardine, 1837
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GWYNIAD»
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Rare snail thrives in Bala lake
The snail was first recorded in Llyn Tegid - also the only home of the prehistoric Gwyniad fish - in 1852, but is believed to have been there for ... «Daily Post North Wales, Feb 15»
National Park Week: Snowdonia National Park
... plant), found on the slopes of Snowdon and 'y gwyniad' (Corgeonus clupeoides pennantii, a fish that is unique to Llyn Tegid) are just two examples. «wales.com, Jul 14»
Things to do in Bala
The native gwyniad fish is said to be a resident of only Bala Lake since the Ice Age, but fishing for the gwyniad is forbidden as they are in ... «Daily Post North Wales, May 14»
Yogi Davies: Inquest concludes rugby player died from pneumonia
Susan added: “For the last 18 months, he has been working towards getting plans through for the extension at Maes Gwyniad so that children ... «Daily Post North Wales, Jan 14»
Paralysed rugby player Yogi's story told in autobiography
On September 14, 700 mourners gathered in the open air at Maes Gwyniad, Bala, the same field where Bryan had been left so badly injured, ... «Daily Post North Wales, Sep 13»
Bryan 'Yogi' Davies: 700 come out to pay their respects to paralysed …
On Saturday, 700 mourners gathered on the open air at Maes Gwyniad, the same field where Bryan had been left so badly injured. «Daily Post North Wales, Sep 13»
Tributes to Bala rugby player Yogi
The funeral will be held on Saturday, September 14 at 11am at Maes Gwyniad. Dilwyn said: “Bryan kept himself busy by coaching the under ... «Denbighshire Free Press, Sep 13»
Bryan 'Yogi' Davies: Family tributes to an inspirational man, husband …
Susan said: “For the last 18 months, he has been working towards getting plans through for the extension at Maes Gwyniad so that children can ... «Daily Post North Wales, Sep 13»
Third of freshwater fish threatened with extinction
In the UK a relative of the salmon, called the Gwyniad, is found in just one lake in Wales called Llyn Tegid, where it became trapped after the ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Jul 11»
Rare fish saved from extinction
The whitefish, the gwyniad, was facing extinction at Llyn Tegid near Bala until the conservation work began. But fertilised eggs from the fish ... «BBC News, Feb 07»