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Upper Delaware River
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Jul 10 2009
Thompson Trail #629
ID590
TypeFish
FamilySalmonidae - Trout
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Salmo trutta morpha fario

Common Names: aka Brownies
Habitat: cold, well-oxygenated upland waters, especially large streams in mountainous areas. Cover is important to trout, and they are more likely to be found where there are submerged rocks, undercut banks, and overhanging vegetation. Brown trout are found in streams and some lakes in the White Mountains and around the Mogollon Rim country. They reproduce naturally in streams and are often associated with deep under cut banks and pools choked with woody debris.
Description: non-native. Exotic from Europe. Introduced in 1931. Olive-brown with yellowish sides. Some orange or red spots on the sides, spots often encircled with light yellow or white Dark spots on back and sides. Tail fin usually unspotted or vaguely spotted. Adipose fin usually orange or reddish. Length: 6 to 29 inches. Weight: 6 ounces to over 16 pounds. Source: Arizona Game & Fish; also Source: Wikipedia
Comments: Brown trout have had serious negative impacts on native fish species in some of the countries where they have been introduced. Source: Wikipedia
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