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rainbow trout fry syndrome
severe septicemic condition of rainbow trout fry caused by Cytophaga psychrophila.
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The long-term recovery of the southern California steelhead trout throughout their range relies on genetic intermixing that is only possible with sufficient sniolt production, and migration opportunities in source watersheds (Boughton et al.
Now, 10 inches may not sound bad, but given that California is in its fifth year of drought, this amount of rain was abysmal for recovery efforts and the survival of the southern steelhead trout.
These efforts delivered exciting and immediate results--the largest concentration of steelhead trout spawning in the Methow Basin observed the first year.
These species include the endangered San Francisco garter snake, the endangered tidewater goby, the threatened steelhead trout, and threatened California red-legged frog.
State parks officials say the additional creek habitat is critical to supporting the southern steelhead trout.
The Bush administration has cut the number of protected rivers for salmon and steelhead trout by 80%.
Making things worse, in the summer of 1998 a severe storm caused damage to Spooner Creek, an important spawning stream for steelhead trout migrating from Lake Erie.
Steered through a not-particularly-outdoorsy Congress by home-state Democrats Representative Sam Farr and Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer, the legislation protects steep canyons, oak woodlands, and tumbling creeks, along with mountain lions, endangered California condors, and steelhead trout.
Another area of confusion regarding Atlantic salmon is its remarkable similarity to the steelhead trout, another member of genus Salmo, which also includes the rainbow trout.
Perhaps the most publicized and disturbing ecological effect -- one largely attributed to dams -- has been the rapid decline of the rivers' highly valued anadromous fish populations (fish that return to the freshwater rivers from the sea to breed), consisting chiefly of Pacific salmon and steelhead trout.
Research is now under way to see how grass seed fields interact with riparian zones and influence the habitat of salmon and steelhead trout that are protected by the Federal Endangered Species Act.
Peck, 51, who recently finished a one-year term as president of the Associated Press Managing Editors, plans to do some steelhead trout fishing-while thinking about how he could best help journalism convert what he sees as its defensive, closed culture into one "much more connected to the communities we serve.