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Sea trout (Salmo trutta L.) in Normandy and Picardy

  • G. Euzenat
  • Françoise Fournel
  • A. Richard
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Abstract

Sea trout, the anadromous form of the brown trout, Salmo trutta, is present in most water courses running into the European side of the Atlantic.

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Atlantic Salmon Brown Trout Length Class Downstream Migration Salmo Salar 
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  • G. Euzenat
  • Françoise Fournel
  • A. Richard

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