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brook trout

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Selecting investigative parameters for this study was based on several factors, including the necessity of continuous flow cold-water streams for the establishment of a self-sustaining brook trout population (Letcher et al.
Infection of brook trout fry, Salvelinus fontinalis, by ectoparasitic copepods: the role of host behaviour and initial parasite load.
In the brook trout experiment there was a significant interaction in phase angle between feeding group and time (ANOVA, P<0.
salmonicida isolates that were maintained in the (-70[degrees]C) collection at the National Fish Health Research Laboratory were passed through brook trout to recover and maximize virulence factors that may have been compromised during storage.
ABSTRACT-A 1974-1984 survey of Tennessee's brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis populations indicated that distribution of the State's only native salmonid had substantially declined and additional losses were anticipated.
Brook trout are suitable fish for the eastern seaboard but not necessarily for the Mississippi drainage.
Three brook trout lay at their feet, heartbreakingly beautiful with their red and blue spots, olive backs melting into cream-colored bellies, and brilliant orange fins edged in black and white.
Brown trout weighing more than 30 pounds, rainbow trout weighing as much as 17 pounds, and brook trout weighing 5 to 6 pounds have been caught here.
Ochoco Ranch's streams, creeks and rivers are home to Rainbow and Brook trout.
Daniel Marchant, manager of the Palmer hatchery, said landlocked salmon for stocking Quabbin are raised along with brook trout and brown trout brood stock.
The Nipigon River is home to a world record for brook trout, caught in 1915 by Dr.
Climate change is expected to decimate brook trout populations in the state as rising air temperatures and changes in precipitation patterns will lead to warmer waters, altered river flows, and increased runoff.