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kokanee

a landlocked salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka kennerlyi, of lakes in W North America: a variety of sockeye
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In Idaho, kokanee salmon are a prime forage for big bass," he says.
Sockeye and Kokanee normally exhibit significant size differences (Wood and Foote 1996); in the Lake Ozette watershed Kokanee range from 18 to 27 cm and adult Sockeye range from 43 to 69 cm (Haggerty and others 2009a).
In this study, we collected kokanee salmon from Elevenmile Reservoir to identify the species of Salmincola and to evaluate the prevalence and intensity of parasitism by gill lice by age class of fish.
While the Kokanee Cafe, Camp Sherman's only restaurant, serves dinners you'd be pleased to find in the city (let alone in an isolated mountain-resort community), and Camp Sherman Store offers homemade burgers and sandwiches, a couple of bags of groceries and a full kitchen will help keep you out of the car.
Its name has cycled through various cultures as kukeni, redfish, kickininee, silver, Oncorhynchus nerka, kokanee.
Columbia Brewery of Creston, BC has re-launched its Kokanee Gold premium brand beer, eliminating the paper label and replacing it with a painted label.
Atop the 2,244-metre Idaho Peak summit, marked with an abandoned forest-fire watchtower, we take in 360-degree views of Kokanee Glacier Park and the Valhalla Mountains.
Although most animals used in AD research don't naturally produce A [beta] plaques, kokanee salmon both naturally and invariably produce A [beta] plaques during migration and spawning.
The Plan also identifies 11 additional lower priority research and conservation measures for other native fish, including threatened bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus), burbot (Lota lota), kokanee salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka), and rainbow trout (O.
Kokanee, sockeye or "red salmon" are all popular names for (Oncorhynchus nerka) the smallest representative of the salmon family in New York.