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brown trout

a common brownish variety of the trout Salmo trutta that occurs in the rivers of N Europe and has been successfully introduced in North America
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Archival tags reveal that Arctic charr Salvelinus alpinus and brown trout Salmo trutta can use estuarine and marine waters during winter.
One example is Salmo trutta that is a typical visual predator who select prey according to size and abundance in the environment (Rincon & Lobon-Cervia 1999).
Spermiogenesis and spermatozoon ultrastructure of Nicolla wisniewskii (Digenea, Opecoelidae), an intestinal parasite of brown trout Salmo trutta (Pisces, Teleostei).
In case Salmo trutta caspius, that the artificial reproduction is based on wild population it is not easy to manage sufficient male every spawning season.
Temperature and the primary and secondary immune response of three teleosts, Salmo trutta, Cyprinus carpio and Notothenia rossii to MS2 bacteriophage.
A new functional model for estimating the maximum amount of invertebrate food consumed per day by brown trout, Salmo trutta.
Effect of habitat type on growth and diet of brown trout, Salmo trutta L, in stream enclosures.
En el caso de Salmo trutta fario el aislamiento fisico puede llevar a la fragmentacion de las poblaciones derivando en una perdida de diversidad genetica, lo que aumenta su riesgo de desaparicion (Jungwirth et al.
Of the 321 fishermen interviewed, 131 were fishing for trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss Walbaum (rainbow trout) and Salmo trutta Linnaeus (brown trout), and 190 for bass, Micropterus spp.
The deleterious effects of cortisol implantation on reproductive function in two species of trout, Salmo trutta L.
Exotic species failed to make inroads into the Cedar Fork community except for carp, Cyprinus carpio, that have been in Ohio since 1879, and brown trout, Salmo trutta, that were recently stocked by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.