1. soft-finned fishes of cold and temperate waters
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  • Of all salmonids, namely the salmon and trout, S. confluentus is more inclined to feed on fish.
  • While the warmer-water percid and cyprinid species are restricted to the southwest and unlikely to extend their range to the north (unless moved by humans) because of dispersal barriers [18], the euryhaline salmonids are able to move from estuary to estuary as conditions allow. Climate change effects on arctic freshwater fish populations
  • That is, most of the salmonid fishes found in the Arctic, and several species of other families, use marine environments extensively for summer feeding and, in some instances, for substantial portions of their life history (e.g., much of salmon life history occurs in marine waters). Freshwater ecosystems in the Arctic
  • Initial research focuses on rainbow trout and other salmonids, but later research could include species such as striped bass, walleye, and yellow perch.
  • One watershed adjacent to the Bystrinsky Nature Park contains eleven species of salmonid fish, several being considered nationally threatened: king Oncorhynchus tschawytscha, silver O. kisutch, both resident and anadromous forms of sockeye salmon O. nerka and steelhead and rainbow trout Salmo mykiss, chum O. keta, pink O. gorbuscha and cherry salmon O. masu, Dolly Varden char Salvelinus malma, white-spotted char S. leucomaenis, and whitefish Coregonis ssp. Volcanoes of Kamchatka, Russian Federation
  • When brook trout are absent, a maximum of one non-native salmonid is counted positively as an intolerant species.
  • Some taxonomic groups are particularly species rich in a global context: any impact of climate warming on such species, for example, willows (Salix spp.), sawflies, stoneflies, wading birds, and salmonid fish, is likely to affect their diversity at the global level. Arctic environments north of the treeline
  • Region 4: Northern Québec and Labrador salmonid and pike populations Climate change effects on arctic freshwater fish populations
  • Salmonids undergo a developmental transition from parr to smolt that involves a number of physiological and morphological changes.
  • High quality coldwater streams typically contain a fish population composed solely of one or more salmonid species like the brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis and one or more native stenothermal coldwater or coolwater species like the mottled sculpin Cottus bairdi.
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